Nokia launches HF-300 speakerphone

Mobile phones, Vehicles

Nokia has unveiled its first speakerphone, the HF-300, a detachable Bluetooth unit packing a speaker and microphone, as well as improved audio quality through Digital Signal Processing (DSP) – cancelling out excess noises and echoes.

Battery powered, the HF-300 comes with a sun visor clip, so you can easily position it for use in the car. Or if you want to go hands free elsewhere, you can just take out the lightweight (80g) unit and mount it somewhere else. There’s 20 hours of talk time and automatic turn off after five minutes after the connection to the mobile device has been severed. When the battery runs low, the LED battery indicator will light up to alert you.

It is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2007 for around £75.

Nokia website

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