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Nokia introduces Wireless Headset HS-11W
Posted on 23-Sep-2004 18:30 | Tags Filed under: News


Nokia introduces Wireless Headset HS-11W
This ultralight (17g) Bluetooth headset from Nokia, supports the Bluetooth 1.1 specification with both Handsfree 1.1 and Headset 1.0 profiles. It measures only 63 x 24 x 18 mm and promisses up to 6 hours talk time, with a standby time of 160 hours.

According to the product's FAQ, the HS-11W supports multiple pairing (up to eight users). The first user becomes the default user of the Nokia Wireless Headset HS-11W. Also other users may connect their compatible mobile phone by pairing it to the Nokia Wireless Headset HS-11W. Every new user needs to enter the pairing passcode in order to establish connection for the first time. When re-establishing a connection, the headset will always first automatically search for the last user. If the headset cannot find the last user, it will search to connect with the default user. The passcode is unique for each headset, and it can be found in the user guide.

Availability is targeted for the 4th quarter of 2004, and it shoukd be available in the European, African, US and Asia Pacific markets.






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