Logitech to introduce two wireless headsets at CES

Logitech to introduce two wireless headsets at CES

Logitech announced that it will showcase two new wireless headsets for mobile phones at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The new devices - HS 200 and HS 210 – enable users, only by pushing a button, either to listen to digital stereo music or to make/take a phone call. Both headsets are specifically designed for the next-generation of music phones, featuring Bluetooth wireless technology with the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), which provides high-quality wireless stereo sound. The two models come in steel grey color, but feature different form factor. The Mobile Stereo Headset HS 210 has square-shaped earpieces and the microphone is embedded in the right earpiece, whereas HS 200 has round earpieces and the microphone is a mini-boom that extends slightly from the right earpiece. Both headsets weigh only 90 grams and feature:

  • 40 mm full-range neodymium drivers to produce rich stereo sound
  • Bluetooth wireless technology with adaptive frequency
  • Logitech WindStop technology for calls in windy conditions
  • Li-Ion battery that provides 10 hours talk time and 300 hours standby time

The Mobile Stereo Headset HS 210
The Mobile Stereo Headset HS 200


The Logitech Mobile Stereo Headsets are expected to be available as accessories for select mobile music phones on the U.S. market in the spring of 2006 for the price $129.99.



Source: Logitech


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