It is the ideal communication solution for any mobile professional using it in the car with a Treo 700w or Treo 650 smartphone or using it with a computer to make conference calls through Voice over IP. It's superior performance enables a loud and clear voice.
Full duplex speaker phone with 120dB peak volume
Speaker: 2w peak, 40mm,4ohm, 500Hz to 5KHz
Omni/omni small array microphone
Supports speaker independent voice commands and voice keypad
12 phone numbers with extension storage in memory
Supports both hands-free profile 1.0 and headset profile 1.0
2.5mm analog earpiece jack for privacy mode
Lithium Ion Battery, 3.7V output, 640mAH
Continuous talk time: 4 hours
Standby mode: 200 hours
Dimensions: 3.4 x 2.2 x 0.8 inches (8.5 x 5.5 x 2.0 cm)
Weight: 2.5 ounces (70 grams) including battery
DSP echo canceller with voice command and voice keypad recognition algorithm
USB Audio I/O Controller
40 mm mylar speaker and Electret Condenser omni-directional microphones
Cool hands-free portable speakerphone for replacing bluetooth headset
I just do not like wear Bluetooth headset �not only they make me look like an alien, but they hurt my ear. Luckily the Mvox MV900 solves that problem. It is wearable on my neck or in the car, with loud and clear voice, in and out. I have finally found the alternative to a Bluetooth headset.
Great with my 650
I have been very pleased...it has always paired up and answered calls no problem.
Great call clarity, easy to setup and use
I previously used both a Motorola 850 headset, and a Jabra SP100 to meet my bluetooth/wireless needs. I was disappointed in both cases with the choppy performance. When I purchased the MV900, I was VERY pleasantly surprised at the call clarity and quality. It is well worth the purchase price, although I would love to have the landline adapter included--as well as voice tags (missing from the Treo 650).
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