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New generation Sony Ericsson accessories

13 June 2005 by axxxr
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Technical details:
• Ericsson R380
• Ericsson R520
• Ericsson R600
• Ericsson T29s
• Ericsson T39
• Ericsson T60d
• Sony Xperia A
• Sony Xperia Acro S
• Sony Xperia Advance
• Sony Xperia C
• Sony Xperia E
• Sony Xperia E Dual
• Sony Xperia E1
• Sony Xperia E1 Dual
• Sony Xperia Ion LT28at
• Sony Xperia J
• Sony Xperia L
• Sony Xperia M2
• Sony Xperia Miro
• Sony Xperia Neo L
• Sony Xperia P
• Sony Xperia S
• Sony Xperia SL
• Sony Xperia Sola
• Sony Xperia SP
• Sony Xperia SX
• Sony Xperia T
• Sony Xperia T2 Ultra
• Sony Xperia Tipo
• Sony Xperia Tipo Dual
• Sony Xperia TL
• Sony Xperia TX
• Sony Xperia U
• Sony Xperia V
• Sony Xperia VL
• Sony Xperia Z
• Sony Xperia Z Ultra
• Sony Xperia Z1
• Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
• Sony Xperia Z2
• Sony Xperia ZL
• Sony Xperia ZQ
• Sony Xperia ZR

From the forum:
Sony Ericsson accessories reach a new stage of evolution today with the launch of three handsfree sets that make it extremely easy to use mobile phones and other devices in a diversity of environments.

An all-new Bluetooth™ headset, a car handsfree for ultra-safe call handling while driving, and a fast-action portable handsfree all use the latest technologies to provide fast, stable, handsfree call handling.

Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-610
Making calls using Bluetooth™ headsets in noisier environments is painless thanks to the superior audio quality delivered by the HBH-610. It combines the latest version Bluetooth™ 2.0 with automatic volume adjustment, digital echo cancellation and noise reduction to ensure a stable connection and outstanding sound quality. New Digital Signal Processing allows the headsets to be used with Bluetooth™-enabled devices such as PDAs and PCs, so great quality audio from Bluetooth™ headsets is no longer confined to mobile phones. The HBH-610 is stylish, lightweight and comfortable to wear, delivering up to 6.5 hours’ talk time and up to 13 days’ standby, and can be personalized with a selection of Style-Up™ covers. The HBH-610 will be available during Q3 2005.

Bluetooth™ Car Handsfree HCB-700
The latest Sony Ericsson Car Handsfree is designed for safety, enabling the driver to manage calls without diverting their attention from the traffic. Brand new Voice Digit Dialing adds to conventional voice dialing and calls the number automatically when the user says the digits out loud. The info display is mounted at dashboard level, so the driver can see who’s calling with the minimum of eye movement, and the control unit is positioned close to hand if the address book or call list needs to be referred to. There’s no need to think about connecting the phone to the kit when getting into the car as the phone connects automatically to the HCB-700 when the ignition key is turned. As well as its focus on safety, this kit will also appeal for its good looks; a stylish addition to any car interior, the display can be configured to match the dashboard lighting. The HBH-700 will be available during Q3 2005.

Portable Handsfree HPS-60
This sporty-looking portable handsfree for the latest Sony Ericsson phones is so comfortable that it’s easy to forget it is being worn. An ideal companion to an active, busy lifestyle, the sturdy yet flexible ear hook fits snugly around the ear and a choice of three supplied Style-Up™ covers provides an excellent way to personalise this stylish device. The HPS-60 fits with the Sony Ericsson K750, S600, Z520 and W800 Walkman phone. The HPS-60 will be available during Q2 2005.

 

Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-610

Bluetooth™ Car Handsfree HCB-700

Portable Handsfree HPS-60





Comments
On 5 Aug 22:32 VIRUS wrote
is ther p930
On 19 Jul 22:13 atchakastphane wrote
sony ericksson est le meilleure fabriquant de portable au monde je vous aime ce qui mépate cè technologie qui è faite avec beaucoup de serieux
On 8 Jun 05:50 Andre wrote
I love the bluetooth headsets but i need a more advanced one.
On 29 May 15:10 lebompiana wrote
i want to have the handsfree hbh-610
On 29 Apr 23:16 Frikkie wrote
Hi, is the new P930 3G enabled?

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