Nokia has been shouting about its new, stereo, Bluetooth headset which it hopes will compete with recent releases via the likes of Jabra and Sanwa. Called the BH-905, the Nokia unit is aimed at those who want a headset that can successfully handle both calls and music. Including a new suite of active noise cancellation technology from Wolfson Microelectronics, the headset includes a multi-microphone feed-forward system that keeps ambient noise out.
"The overall music experience with this new headset is second to none thanks to the revolutionary noise cancellation technology. The headset is set apart also through the ability to make phone calls, as switching between music and calls has been made easy with integrated call control", said Jarno Piironen, Director, Entertainment Business Area, Nokia Original Accessories.
"People living in urban areas are surrounded by noise practically everywhere and silence has almost become a luxury. We believe this headset fulfills the highest standards for providing high quality music enjoyment and phone calls and also give the luxury of silence when needing an environment to relax."
The BH-905 will be released in August at €285.
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