Sony Ericsson earlier this week unveiled three new Bluetooth headsets which are geared towards different uses. The Bluetooth Headset HBH-IV835 will become available in the second quarter of this year, while the HBH-GV435 and HBH-PV705 will debut in the third quarter.
The HBH-IV835, said Sony Ericsson, comes in an ultra small, stylish form factor and offers up features like digital sound processing, automatic volume adjustment, a talk time of up to 3.5 hours and Bluetooth 2.0 support. The HBH-GV435 has what Sony Ericsson calls a discreet design which hides snugly around the ear without a visible boom and includes the same features as the HBH-IV835 but has a talk time of up to 8 hours. The HBH-PV705 meanwhile can be carried around one’s neck with the included strap and has a talk time of up to 12 hours.
“These three excellent wireless headsets really allow people to get more from their busy lives,” says Ulf Persson, corporate vice president Accessories, Sony Ericsson, in a statement. “Anyone can hear the remarkable sound quality and see the attractive design for themselves. The new wearing solutions we are introducing to the range are extremely comfortable, enabling people to use the headset all day long. We expect these new headsets will inspire people to a wireless headset solution through Sony Ericsson’s perfect match of design and functionality.”