As if announcing an onslaught of new mobile phones wasn’t enough yesterday, Sony Ericsson coupled the unveiling with a trio of new Bluetooth headsets. “These three excellent wireless headsets really allow our users to get more from their busy lives,” according to Corporate VP – Accessories, Ulf Persson.
The SE HBH-IV835 is hook-less, rather opting for a “push-in wearing solution”. You are given a choice of matte black, glossy black, and silver, and this headset comes complete with Digital Signal Processing for 3.5 hours of talk time, or up to 160 hours of standby. The HBH-IV835 will ship in the second quarter.
The ultra-light HBH-PV705 has 300 hours of standby and up to 12 hours of talk time. Weighing in at a mere 14 grams (0.49 ounces), the actual ear piece does not cover your ear canal. Hitting shelves in Q3, the HBH-PV705 is available in silver and sand.
The HBH-GV435 lets you chat away for about 8 hours, or up to 300 hours of standby. Like the IV835, this headset too sports DSP technology for crisp, clear sound and fast automatic volume adjustment. There is no visible boom on the HBH-GV435. Available in matte black, glossy black, and silver, this 18g (0.63 ounce) headset will start selling in early Q3.