RIM announced a new bluetooth headset for you safe drivers out there. The HS-700, sporting a leather face, will empty your wallet but keep you hands-free while you're behind the wheel, doing backflips or typing up reports and articles to avoid meeting the parents on a Friday night. The new headset comes with some great features.
- Voice commands – allows users to effortlessly dial, mute, swap and answer calls; "redial" numbers; and call back the last incoming caller
- Voice prompts – notifies users when the battery is low and supports turn-by-turn directions with compatible third-party GPS mapping applications
- Advanced noise-cancellation technology automatic volume control (i.e. adjusts automatically)
- Approximately 4.5 hours of talk time
- Bluetooth® 2.1 with support for HFP and A2DP profiles
- Range up to 33 feet/10 meters
- Industry standard micro-USB connection
At $129.99, the headset is pretty expensive but with a look at the features, I can see why. The HS-700 is set to be available this weekend and you can pick it up now at Best Buy. You can check out the new headset at BlackBerry.com by clicking the link below. Let us know if you purchased this or if you plan on picking this up, we'd like to hear your reviews!
Check out the BlackBerry Wireless Headset HS-700 at BlackBerry.com