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Bluetooth hands free speakerphone from Parrot
Nic Rossmüller : January 7th 2007 - 02:30 CET
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ParrotBluetooth hands free set speakerphone from Parrot : Parrot, has introduced its new Parrot Minikit, a hands-free mobile speakerphone that features next-generation, best-in-class voice recognition, voice-activated phoning in the car, at home or in the office. The Parrot Minikit will be available online and through U.S. retailers in the fourth quarter of 2006 with an MSRP of $124.99. To validate its exceptional performance prior to its launch, Parrot had the Minikit tested against the top two competitors’ speakerphones by one of Europe’s leading audio testing firms. The Minikit was found to be superior in the three categories that most affect the user’s experience: volume, voice transmission quality and voice reception quality.
Bluetooth hands free speakerphone from ParrotParrot Minikit - Bluetooth speakerphone
The new Parrot Minikit is the only speakerphone in its category with advanced voice recognition technology that allows users to set up their phone books with voice tags for the convenience and added control of true hands-free voice dialing - especially important when driving. The superb audio quality of the Minikit is due to its built-in two-watt high-fidelity speaker and a built-in omni-directional microphone supported by the latest DSP-2 signal processing technology. “This state-of-the-art Parrot Minikit speakerphone ushers in a new era of performance and mobility since this solution goes wherever you go and provides the trademark hands-free capabilities for which Parrot is known,” said Ed Valdez, president of Parrot, Inc. in the USA.

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“And with the increasing usage of Voice over IP throughout the US, this solution also easily enables VoIP calls with Bluetooth-enabled laptops in the office.” Like the car kits in the company’s product line, the Parrot Minikit is user-friendly. It has upgradeable software to ensure compatibility with future cell phones. It will pair with up to five phones, each with 150 voice tags, and recognizes multiple languages. Once paired, it will connect automatically with the user’s cell phone and will work with virtually all Bluetooth-enabled cell phones on the market. Parrot Minikit also features last-number redial. And, for privacy, users can switch a call from the speakerphone to their cell phone by simply pressing the green “call” button, and back again the same way.

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The battery-powered Minikit is totally self-contained with no external wires or accessories. It is light-weight and ultra-compact. Weighing only 3.5 ounces and measuring only 4.3 x 2.5 x 1.2 inches - about the size of a wallet - it is designed to fit in a pocket or a purse, and will go everywhere the user goes. It features 10 hours of talk time, more than one week of standby time and will fully recharge in only three hours, and comes with both 12V and 120V charging units. Parrot offers the broadest lineup of Bluetooth-enabled products available. The company plans to introduce several more new products in the next 12 months.

About Parrot
Founded in 1994, Parrot has rapidly established itself as a major global player for wireless peripherals around the mobile phone. Capitalizing on the know-how acquired in the fields of voice recognition and digital signal processing technologies, Parrot has been one of the first companies to develop Bluetooth wireless hands-free car kits, having identified this standard’s great potential as early as 1999. In 2005, Parrot sold 865,000 units. Determined to be part of the mobile telephone’s increasing importance in day-to-day life, Parrot has developed two new products in 2006: the Parrot Photo Viewer, an LCD photo frame designed to display photos transmitted from a mobile telephone via Bluetooth, and the Parrot Sound System, a wireless hi-fi system with Bluetooth-enabled speakers.

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