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Tuesday, 12 February 2008 12:23

Voyager 855 convertible stereo Bluetooth

Written by Enis Abazovic
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GSMA 2008 Mobile World Congress
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Plantronics detachable headset



Planronics
launched a new innovative stereo Bluetooth headset - Voyager 855.

This device is quite unique in the stereo Bluetooth world because it’s convertible. You can have it in stereo or if you prefer a mono headset you just need to detach one of the earbuds. It’s equipped with AudioIQ DSP noise reduction technology for MP3 mobile phones and it’s the lightest stereo Bluetooth headset up to date at just 15 grams.
Also, it offers up to 7 hours talk time from a single charge and 160 hours standby time

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The Voyager 855's sound-isolating earbuds and convertible cable offer crystal clear wireless stereo sound when listening to digital music, as well as binaural experience for conversations. When attached, the stereo cable also enables wireless AVRCP remote control capabilities. Plantronics' stereo multipoint technology alerts users to incoming calls and allows easy switching between conversations and music.

The new Plantronics Voyager 855 stereo Bluetooth headset costs in the region of £69.00 (inc VAT)/ Euros 99.00 (inc VAT) or US$149 and is available now at major national electronics retailers.

Last modified on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 02:53
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