Wednesday, November 14, 2007

World’s first Solar-powered Bluetooth Headset

Orange UK has released a Bluetooth headset, named the 603 SUN. Developed my Iqua, this device boasts to be the world’s first device that is powered by solar energy. Precisely, the name does the explanation.

A solar strip housed on the exterior of the ear gadget to charge it through direct or indirect sunlight. The charging is continuous even if the product is in use.

Through the volume button on the side of the 603 SUN, the user can answer, end and redial the call as well as switch between calls. Moreover, the battery life of the headset is amazingly high. In the night or no-sunlight time, the Bluetooth headset can work for nine hours, whereas in the direct sunlight, up to 12 hours of talk time can be experienced. In standby mode, it will work for 200 hours.

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