A revolutionary new generation of Bluetooth accessories by Sony Ericsson 3 new innovative headsets for everyday life
February 12, 2009 12:00 by Aarti Nagraj
In the world of communication and mobile phones, Sony Ericsson is known for its innovative technology and features that truly add value to daily life. Living up to its name and the expectations of its customers once again, Sony Ericsson has launched a complete range of Bluetooth™ headsets HBH-PV715, 720 and 740 representing the next generation of Bluetooth™ accessories.
Whether practicality, design or size is important, this new range has something for everyone. The new Bluetooth™ family includes Sony Ericsson’s best performance headsets to date placing them at the very top of the market in terms of standby and talk time and also introducing a new Sony Ericsson form factor that is very small and light.
Available in two colours and in a soft design, the HBH-PV-715 is a practical and stylish wireless headset for your everyday life. Perfect for those who want a no-fuss headset, the HBH-PV-715 produces 10 hours of talk time with an impressive 700 hours standby.
For the fashion conscious who want a sophisticated headset that stands out, the HBH-PV-720 is a must have. Available with three Style up covers, removable ear hooks and attached to a black metal necklace, this headset is for those who want to combine flexibility with an edgy street style. To maximise comfort, the ear hooks on this headset are removable and available in different sizes. The HBH-PV-720 has 11 hours talk time and 800 hours standby.
The more career minded among us may invest in the metal HBH-PV740, a new exclusive and complete headset kit for the business user. With 11 hour talk time and two carrying solutions, this professional wireless headset kit for your working day also includes a headset desk stand and a USB charger that will allow you to charge your headset while working. It also has a display with battery indication.
Of course all the headsets have the benefits of wireless call handling and the ability for the user to free their hands while out in the car, office, at home or shopping.