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Sony Ericsson announces affordable Bluetooth™ Headset optimized for all-day, every-day use


London October 10, 2005 - Sony Ericsson today announced the new Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-PV700, a handsfree solution for the every day user. The new headset offers 5 hours talk time and 150 hours standby time; great sound quality and an adjustable ear hook for comfortable, all-day use.

The HBH-PV700 supports all the advanced voice features of Sony Ericsson’s Bluetooth™ phones in a great looking, highly affordable headset. It is capable of voice dialling up to 50 contacts, enabling the user to answer and reject calls by voice control, as well as change the profile or activate the sound recorder in the phone. The design features a stylish white and lime green casing, bringing a splash of colour to the headset market.

Torbjörn Dehlén, Senior Product Manager said, “the latest member of our Bluetooth™ headset portfolio offers well-proven Sony Ericsson technology in new vibrant colours. Highly competitively priced, the HBH-PV700 is a great headset for anyone who would like to try wireless call handling.”

The HBH-PV700 incorporates the new system connector Fast port, and it will be available in the market during Q4.

The first company to have launched a commercial Bluetooth™ headset, Sony Ericsson continues to be at the forefront of wireless technology. The HBH-PV700 builds on several years of research and is the latest addition to a wide range of Sony Ericsson Bluetooth™ headsets.

Bluetooth™ Headset

Kit contents
Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-PV700
Standard Charger CST-61
User guide

Size: 74 mm/2.91 in.
Weight: 23 grams/0.81 oz.
Range: Up to 10 meters from your phone
Color: White/Lime
Talk time: Up to 5 hours
Standby time: Up to 150 hours
Profiles: Bluetooth™ Headset or Handsfree
Compatibility with Bluetooth™ mobile phones of both Sony Ericsson and other phone brands

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications serves the global communications market with innovative and feature-rich mobile phones, accessories, PC-cards and M2M solutions. Established as a joint venture by Ericsson and Sony in 2001, with head quarters in London, the company employs 5,000 people worldwide, including R&D sites in Europe, Japan, China and America. For more information, please visit


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