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Plantronics Introduces New M100i Bluetooth Headset


Plantronics have recently introduced their new M100i Bluetooth headset, which sports an ultra-slim and lightweight design and incorporates dual microphones to provide wind-noise reduction for clear conversations.

Singapore, 13 September 2010 – Plantronics has announced the M100i Bluetooth Headset, an ultra-slim, lightweight headset that includes advanced technology to deliver clear and natural audio. Measuring only 8mm thin, the M100i claims to deliver outstanding audio performance by incorporating dual microphones, wind-noise reduction and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology.

The Plantronics M100i is very easy to setup and use, and includes convenient voice alerts for remaining talk-time, low-battery, mute, and connection status. A new feature for iPhone users allows them to monitor headset battery levels with an on-screen battery meter. When it comes to noisy environments, the M100 automatically adjusts to sound levels, so users are always hands-free and able to focus on the task in front of them.

Other features include:

– Multipoint technology pairs one headset to two Bluetooth devices.

– Battery that provides up to six hours of talk-time and 10 days of
stand-by life.

– At only 9 grams and 8mm thin, the Plantronics M100i is lightweight
and comfortable for extended wearing.

– Soft gel ear tips, in three different sizes, together with an
optional ear loop provide multiple wearing options for a perfect fit.

Pricing and Availability
The Plantronics M100i has a recommended retail price of S$139 and will be available in October at IT retail stores like Challenger, Apple stores, and IT retailers in Funan Digital Life Mall and Sim Lim Square.

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