Can Sony Ericsson Wet Our Appetites With This Colour Coded Little Number?
While considering these devices for review as legal hands free kits for use in a car, I've been finding it quite difficult to differentiate between them in truly rationale terms. Whether this device, or any other, will be right for you, really depends on its compatibility with your phone, whether it fits your ear comfortably and if can get on with the controls, let alone the weight and looks.
But I have to say that the Sony Ericsson HBH-PV700 quite impressed me. It was comfortable on my ear, it paired nicely with Nokia Phone, and everyone I called thought that the call quality was very good.
Available in a variety of different colours to suit your mood, this device offers a claimed 5 hours talk-time and 150 hours standby, and if you've already got a Sony Ericsson Cell Phone it will probably use the same charger, a boon if you're like me and can't keep track of a drawer full of chargers.
The HBH-PV700 can be used on either ear, although changing it over can be a bit fiddly, but it felt secure (on my head) and the Bluetooth paired every time. Voiceprint voice recognition was useable, but I have spent a lot of time perfecting the training on my phone, so that was no surprise.
Would I recommend the Sony Ericsson HBH-PV700 as a hands-free kit for your car? It all comes down to comfort. Sure, the call button gets a little getting used to, like all headsets, but if you can keep it on for more than half an hour this could be the Bluetooth device for you, just make sure you try one before you buy it.
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