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Monday, 07 January 2008 14:50

SonyEricsson has three new Bluetooth headsets

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Sony Ericsson has announced three new Bluetooth headsets at CES in Vegas. Designated PV708, PV712 and PV770, the new headsets should be available in February 2008.

The HBH-PV708 combines style and comfort, and it's available in three colors: gold, pink and a dark chrome look. The HBH-PV770 is a headset without the plastic carrying support which usually fits behind the ear, making it a perfect choice for people who wear glasses.

The HBH-PV712 is designed to reduce background noise, allowing the user to concentrate on the call in crowded and noisy environments. This headset comes with two Style-up changeable masks which can be easily replaced.

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