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Anycom Technologies is introducing its Bluetooth stereo headphone, model BSH-100, a wireless unit that offers multiple settings for hi-fi stereo headphone for digital audio, Bluetooth headset with attachable microphone for use with mobile phones and PC peripheral using a USB Bluetooth adapter for gaming, chat and VoIP.
The headphone, which comes in an ergonomic black and silver design, can be worn at home, traveling or while playing sports. It has integrated keys that allow users to control the volume and switch between songs, while one keystroke will take or end a phone call.
The headset can be connected simultaneously to two devices, such a cellphone and an MP3 player. If the phone rings while listening to music, the BSH-100 will switch to the phone and change back to the music when the call is finished. An optional adapter will allow the headset to be connected to any PC for high quality audio streaming.
The headphone was set for October availability at a suggested $119.99. These also are being bundled with a Bluetooth audio gateway that can be used with all audio sources for $199.95. The adapter is available for $28.95.
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