Sena Technologies, a specialist in Bluetooth devices for motorcycles and outdoor has revealed their latest ultra-sleek and aerodynamic Bluetooth headset which is as small as a United States quarter. SMH10R Bluetooth Stereo Headset and Intercom works on the latest Bluetooth 3.0 technology and enhanced digital processing technology, providing you hand-free listening comfort while driving a motorcycle, bike or car. Apart from bringing hand-free calling capability while riding it can also be used to listen to music or listen to navigation instructions via the GPS navigator because of the integrated audio boosters. There is a four-way conference intercom facility too which adds to the existent functionality.
The ultra-slim Bluetooth headset gives talk time of 8 hours, stand-by time of 7 days, charging time of 2.5 hours, weights 22 grams and has noise cancellation with wind noise reduction too. The range of up to 900 meters for Bluetooth intercom, Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP (Play, pause, track forward and track back), water resistance, natural sound quality and most of all peace of mind while driving make it an ideal companion for people who travel and drive a lot. SMH10R Bluetooth Stereo Headset and Intercom retails for $219, so go grab it now.
# According toTae Kim, President and CEO Sena Technologies:
One of the most important things we do here at Sena is to listen to our customers. We are very pleased with the functionality and popularity of the Sena SMH10, the first and flagship Bluetooth headset for motorcycle riders. Many riders told us they were looking for a Bluetooth headset with the full capabilities of the SMH10, but that had a smaller and more streamlined profile. Our engineers poured over this, got the technology that comes inside the SMH10 even more streamlined and what came out is the SMH10R. I am very happy with it and we are confident our customers will be happy too.
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