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Nokia Launches Headsets But No New Phones

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Jan 5, 2006, 3:42 AM   by (staff)

Nokia Wednesday unveiled three new Bluetooth headsets priced from $50 - $150. All three headsets support both headset and hands free profiles. The two higher end models support the advanced features of hands free 1.5.

  • BH-900: A large over the ear style headset with an extendable boom that works like an active slide to answer and end calls. Designed for power users, it lasts 8 hours of talk time and 180 hours of standby. Also features advanced noise canceling technology and controls for all call functions including Push To Talk over Bluetooth. Due out second quarter.
  • BH-800: A tiny, stylish in-ear headset with an optional over the ear hook. The BH-800 is designed to look like a piece of jewelry and comes with a necklace strap. Despite the small size, it is rated for 6 hours of talk time and 160 hours of standby. Features a call button and volume control. Due out next month.
  • BH-200: A small, inexpensive and surprisingly comfortable headset. Features a call button and volume control. It is not quite as feature rich but still offers decent battery life of 5.5 hours talk and 150 standby. Due out second quarter.
  • more info at Nokia »



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    Jan 5, 2006, 8:11 PM

    BH-900-push to talk over bluetooth

    does this mean that the nokia BH-900 can be used with push to talk phones such as nextels?
    Does Nextel have the feature enabled on their phones? I know that Cingular has that feature on the Samsung phone.
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