Nokia introduces a new range of accessories

27 August 2007 by
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Nokia today announced a new range of accessories. Two Bluetooth headsets, Bluetooth speakers, GPS module and a power pack.

Nokia GPS Module LD-4WNokia Bluetooth GPS Module LD-4W
The Nokia Bluetooth GPS Module LD-4W combines Nseries style in a slim and attractive core with navigation, so you can find your way around easily with your compatible mobile device. Continuing on our mission to bring location based services to even more people, this GPS module is compatible with a wide range of Nokia devices and Nokia Maps.  Take your time getting to your destination - this lightweight (31 g) GPS module has up to 10 hours of operating time. The sleekly designed black and metallic module comes with a LED indicator to alert you to GPS activation, power and battery status, and Bluetooth connectivity status. The GPS module will be available globally and cost an estimated 125 euro without taxes.

Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-903
A high quality, sleekly designed stereo headset - the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-903 is the complete package for your music enjoyment. The headset is Bluetooth compliant, supporting compatible devices with Bluetooth A2DP, AVRCP, PBAP, HFP and HSP profiles*, so you can conveniently pair it with a compatible mobile device or other music player. It acts as a state-of-the art remote control with an OLED display, so while you're rocking away you can control your music and your calls. If a call interrupts your favorite tunes, the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-903 will switch automatically to talk mode and return to the music after the call. Weighing in at 32 grams, the headset is a multifunctioning companion to your life on the move. Enjoy up to 15 hours of talk/music time. The Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-903 will cost an estimated 200 euro without taxes and will be available globally.

Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902
Enjoy crisp and clear conversations while you're on the run with the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902. Packaged in a sleek design with an OLED display, this headset brings you superior audio quality thanks to enhanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP). Designed with you in mind, the OLED display is intuitive to use for easy call and connection management straight from your headset. The OLED display even conveniently indicates when you've received a MMS or SMS message. With an in-box neckstrap, clip and flexible in-ear earplugs, the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902 is accessible when you need it the most without compromising on comfort. Talk to your friends and colleagues for up to eight hours with this headset, weighing in at 18.2 grams. The Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902 will cost an estimated 115 euro without taxes and will be available globally.

Nokia Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W
The crystal clear, powerful stereo sound of the Nokia Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W will keep you pumping up the volume on the go. Big sound is a promise these speakers can keep - 3D stereo widening sound and dynamic bass control equals a strong bass performance. The speakers are developed in cooperation with D & M Premium Sound Solutions and styled in the premium finish of Nokia Nseries. This compact package comes with magnetic attachments for easy portability and a LED indicator for on/off, pairing mode and battery status. Available globally, the Nokia Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W will cost an estimated 130 euro, without taxes.

Nokia Power Pack DC-1Nokia Power Pack DC-1
A busy lifestyle means you may not always be conveniently near a power outlet when you need one - but now you can be. The Nokia Power Pack DC-1 has reserve power in a pretty and portable package, so you can take the equivalent of up to three batteries** with you and recharge your mobile device when you most need it. Compatible with Nokia 2mm charging interfaces, the power pack has two charge output cables so you can easily charge two devices at the same time. Available globally, it will cost an estimated 105 euro, without taxes.


Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-903

Nokia GPS Module LD-4WNokia Bluetooth Headset BH-902

Nokia Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W

Nokia Power Pack DC-1


On 3 Sep 15:14 Gerry wrote
Duh, you have no clue at all do you. i don't know how many times i've said i'm a mobile phone fan and not an SE. i own 2 Nokia phones, you banana. i've said how disappointed i am with the P1i (i'm still getting one though). appart from the smartphone secter, SE are pretty much the best manufacturer in the market at the moment. Nokia's N range has more to chose from than SE's smartphone range but they have their problems just the same. i'll be looking at the euro iPhone of HTC kaiser as soon as they become available. i think these have a chance of being the best smartphones in the market.
On 2 Sep 04:38 duh wrote
just stop with your SE fanatics rambling gerry. accept it SE phones are getting boring now.
On 28 Aug 17:20 FLIP wrote
Gerry - It's just for laughs! I actually own 2 SE's and no Nokia ATM. Just a little disappointed seeing SE beating the same old dead horse. I wish they could be innovators instead of just recycling same old camera modules and etc ...

Anyway, these accessories are, surprisingly, not that bad looking, IMHO of course!
On 28 Aug 14:14 GeorgeBush wrote
Sony Ericsson kicks arse!
On 28 Aug 12:44 soulframe wrote
Finally, a true update to the Nokia HS-12W stereo bluetooth headset. The BH-903 is a must buy.
On 28 Aug 12:16 Brrre wrote
*cough* fanboy *cough*
On 28 Aug 07:13 rehamer wrote
On 28 Aug 06:17 Gerry wrote
awww, thankyou Flip. it's a shame about all this Nokia rubbish isn't though, isn't it? lol
On 28 Aug 05:49 FLIP wrote
On 28 Aug 00:43 Gerry wrote
FLIP, you'd say a dog turd was "BEAUTIFUL" if it had Nokia written on it. why do you even come to this site?

this said, the stereo headset does look cool, but i'm not a fan of nokia's classic styling (like that new clamshell in another thread). the stereo speakers are pretty cool too, but it would be far more practical to have a mains powered set with a docking station that charges the phone. i mean, with an N80 or N95 in particular, you wouldnt get more than say.. 50-60 mins use on a full charge but then you'd need to charge the handset to carry on using it as a phone for the rest of the day. yes, you mght say "well you could keep you phone on charge whilst using the speekers", but this brings me back to why it would be better to have a mains powered speaker with a docking station. for this reason, i cant see the point in anyone buying these speakers. as for the GPS, if you're going to build a phone with GPS features, i want it to be a GPS out of the box. i dont want to have to buy an add-on. i may as well buy a cheap tom-tom for 120 so i dont have to keep buying GPS phones when it's time to upgrade. the bluetooth mono headset looks like a cheap MP3 player with a piece of wire attatch for fixing on to your ear. the addition of th OLED isnt great either. you cant see the screen when it's sat on your ear so they may as well have stuck to a simple set of LEDs to show power and connection like other headsets. the power pack made me LOL actually. most decet handsets last 2-3 days before needing a recharge but most of the N series need charging 2-3 times a day. this thing sould be free when you buy an N series. cant see anyone else needing it.

and that concludes my evaluation :)
On 27 Aug 21:51 edde wrote
SE acc looks like a kids happy meal toy.. especially those aweful oranges color. no comparison here!h
On 27 Aug 20:32 George wrote
Sony range of accesories is way more cooler.

Plus, those looks very bulky, ewww
On 27 Aug 20:24 Anand wrote
very nice..impressed
On 27 Aug 19:13 keight00i wrote
i hope that nokia power pack doesnt have batteries made by matsushita... if it does, it will go BOOM!!!
On 27 Aug 18:13 kelly wrote
nokia likes imitating sonyericsson
On 27 Aug 17:51 FLIP wrote
BEAUTIFUL! Sleek and Sexy. I like the Power pack and Stereo Headset. Very fashionable.
On 27 Aug 16:17 NightBlade wrote
Too bulky, IMO.
On 27 Aug 14:28 cokker wrote
Sweet, makes you wonder how things can look any sleeker :O
On 27 Aug 14:11 mrmiyagi wrote
really nice stuff from Nokia. I love it :)

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