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TrueBlue, a new subsidiary of DGL Group, is launching the TrueBlue-branded family of Bluetooth headset products ranging from entry-level to mid-level and executive-level products. Among the new headsets is the TB-41EX, which features a comfortable and discreet in-ear design, said the company, and comes with a silver or high-gloss black lacquer faceplate. It also offers voice-activated dialing, last-number redial and LED indicator for pairing.
Additional features of the wireless headset include auto-answer, call reject, conference call, muting, volume adjustment and on/off switch. It offers up to 10 hours talktime and standby up to 200 hours, and has an operating range of up to 10 meters. It is one of nine initial products in the TrueBlue line of Bluetooth headsets, stereo headphones and Bluetooth adapters for non-Bluetooth-enabled devices.
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