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Plantronics launches line of Bluetooth headsets
Posted on 20-Jul-2005 22:29 | Tags Filed under: News


At a major media event on 20 July in New York, Plantronics launched several new products incorporating stylish designs, including a series of Bluetooth headsets.

The Plantronics Discovery 640 (code named Tahiti) is a premium lightweight Bluetooth headset that combines cutting-edge technology and a sleek design. The headset is very discreet and light, designed with high-end materials and finishes. The Discovery 640 employs an innovative AAA battery charging system that continuously recharges the headset while not in
use, providing 15 hours of talk time.

The Discovery 640 has a suggested retail price of US$149.95.

Plantronics Discovery 640
Discovery 640

The Plantronics Explorer 320 (code named Tonga) is an easy-to-use headset with convenience and comfort for entry-level Bluetooth mobile phone users. The headset boasts up to 10 hours of talk time and an intuitive single-button control for answering/ending calls and adjusting volume levels.

The Explorer 320 has a suggested retail price of US$69.95

Plantronics Explorer 320
Explorer 320

The Plantronics Voyager 510, is a versatile headset with multipoint technology, allowing users to easily switch between two voice-enabled Bluetooth devices at the touch of a button. The Voyager 510 has up to 6 hours of talk time and has a suggested retail price of US$99.99

Plantronics Voyager 510
Voyager 510

The Plantronics Voyager 510S Office Headset System, is a multipoint Bluetooth system that provides business professionals with a single wireless headset to seamlessly switch between office phones and voice-enabled Bluetooth mobile phones, laptops and PDAs. The suggested price for the Voyager 510S is US$299.95.

Plantronics Voyager 510S
Voyager 510S







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