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Sony Ericsson HCB-120


$130.00 Released October, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent speaker and microphone quality. Battery life is quite good compared to its competitors. Pairing is quick and painless with most devices.

The Cons:No AC power adapter--car charge only. There's often a bit of a pause between pressing "talk" and the call actually being received. Design is a little clunky--it doesn't look like a $100+ unit.

The Sony Ericsson HCB-120 is a Bluetooth speakerphone designed for handsfree calling in an automobile. It features a compact design with four large buttons that are labeled for avoiding confusion: answer call, end call, adjust volume, and mute microphone.

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It can be paired with up to five different phones, each of which can be assigned an individual text readout color for the unit’s single-line Caller ID display. The HCB-120 also supports voice dialing, number redial, and an accelerator that turns the text the right way up depending on the orientation of the device. Talk time is rated at 24 hours and standby time is rated at 450 hours.

Features

  • Bluetooth Speakerphone
  • Handsfree Calling
  • Single-Line Display
  • Volume Button
  • Answer Button
  • End Call Button
  • Mute Button
  • Voice Dialing
  • Number Redial
  • Accelerometer

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Pros
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    Excellent speaker and microphone quality.

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    Battery life is quite good compared to its competitors.

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    Pairing is quick and painless with most devices.

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    Caller ID function works well.

Cons
  • 1

    No AC power adapter--car charge only.

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    There's often a bit of a pause between pressing "talk" and the call actually being received.

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    Design is a little clunky--it doesn't look like a $100+ unit.

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