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Ultimate wireless freedom – The Plantronics Pulsar™ 590A bluetooth® headset seamlessly switches between phone calls and music
- 24 January, 2006 12:59
<p>Anyware is pleased to announce the availability of the Plantronics Pulsar™ 590A bluetooth® headset; the latest edition to the Plantronics wireless bluetooth® headset family.
The Plantronics® Pulsar™ 590A Bluetooth® Stereo Headset delivers the ultimate in wireless freedom! Seamlessly switch between your bluetooth phone and your favourite music or movie, so you’ll never miss a call. The universal adapter plugs directly into most 3.5 mm audio devices, so you can enjoy wireless stereo listening on laptops, PCs, TVs, DVD, iPods and MP3 players. The foldable headset and full range of accessories including AC charger, desktop charging stand, USB charger, and in-flight cable fit conveniently in a compact travel case – perfect for anyone on the go.
• High fidelity stereo sound for superior audio performance.
• Up to 12 hours talk time and up to 10 hours audio listening time.
• Telescoping voice tube provides clear calls and discreet conversations.
• Adjustable headband and pillow-soft ear cushions for superior fit and wearing comfort
• Dedicated buttons allow call and music control functions directly from the headset
• Convenient desktop charging stand to charge and store your headset
The Plantronics Pulsar™ 590A bluetooth® headset retails for $299.00 and is available for purchase now.
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