Nokia today has announced a new Bluetooth accessory, called Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-804 and presented by the Finnish giant as its tiniest such accessory to date.
Nokia BH-804 comes in a genuine aluminum case and brings the latest technology so that we can enjoy superior audio quality and clear conversations.
For example, the Bluetooth headset features DSP (aka digital signal processing) that cancels background noise.
Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-804 has only two buttons, said to be user-friendly. These let you manage basic call functions, as well as the volume level.
It might be just my crazy imagination, but, from the angle above, the BH-804 looks like a mechanical ninja equipped with a scythe. Of course, it’s highly probable that no ninja has ever carried a scythe, but that’s another story.
Anyway, here are the technical details of Nokia BH-804:
7.2 grams, 42 x 13.6 x 6 mm
Talk-time: up to 4 hours
Standby time: up to 150 hours
Bluetooth 2.0, EDR
Hands-Free (HFP) Profile 1.5, Headset (HSP) Profile 1.1
MicroUSB charging connector
Operating range: up to 10 meters
Operating temperature: -15°C to +55°C
The Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-804 will be on sale starting this quarter, hence before the end of 2008, for a price that should be announced soon. The headset will be available in two color versions (aluminum grey, black) and will have a Desk Stand and a Carrying Strap included in the package.
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