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Works with Treo 650

Weight 0.6 oz. (19 g.)

Talk time 8 hrs

Standby time 150 hrs

Bluetooth 1.2

Test Unit Unlocked Treo 650 and Sony Ericsson K750i on T-Mobile

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$54.95

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Motorola RAZR H3 headset by Motorola

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Focusing on fashion, form and function, the ergonomic Motorola RAZR H3 provides an enhanced ear seal for superior audio performance and comfortable wear over extended periods. For added user convenience, it can be worn on either ear – and, with volume-orientation technology, you can make sure that the controls are always upright. The headset’s omni-directional microphone ensures your voice is clearly heard.

Managing the office, planning a family function or simply having a conversation just became easier. Equipped with one intuitive call button, the Motorola RAZR H3 lets users place, receive and end calls with the touch of a button. Don’t want to be interrupted? A vivid blue LED light provides a visual cue that you are on a call. And when not feeling “blue,” it’s easy to turn off the LED light.

Don’t let this little lightweight fool you – the Motorola RAZR H3 headset is loaded with Bluetooth Class 2 connectivity for wireless connections up to 30 feet, eight hours of talk time or 150 hours of standby timefrom a single charge.
The compact Bluetooth RAZR H3 offers the best of everything with longer talk times, enhanced comfort and unmistakable style.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.2- or 1.1-enabled mobile phones, PDAs, PCs and more
  • Ergonomic, removable ear hook with improved back housing design to form fit to your ear to allow for the user to wear the headset on either ear
  • Enhanced audio performance
  • Up to eight hours of talk time or 150 hours of standby time from a single charge
  • Bluetooth 1.2 support provide quicker pairing, better audio with less dropped calls and reduced interference from other devices
  • Call button to control call start and end, hold and toggle between calls
  • 3-way call conference – join 2 separate calls into conference with headset buttons
  • Advanced Volume controls: adjust orientation of volume “up” button and also mute the headset
  • Blue LED light to notify when the headset is in use than can be turned off if preferred

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