The Sony Ericsson HBH-60 Bluetooth headset weighs in at 22g, is fitted with a short 72 mm boom, and is due this December. Calls can be answered through the Bluetooth headset by either using a voice command or pressing a single button. Its range is similar to all other Bluetooth headsets on the market – 10 meters, and it can be used with any brand of mobile phone that supports the Bluetooth Headset and/or hands-free profile. According to Sony Ericsson, the headset offers a talk time up to 2.5 hours and standby time of up to 70 hours.
New Sony Ericsson HBH-60 Bluetooth headset
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