Released September, 2008
The Pros:Not as futuristic and blingy as some other models. Echo and noise cancellation. Extremely long battery life.
The Cons:Not the most attractive build quality (cheap plastic, no button paint or any type of highlight).
Introduced in the middle of September 2008 to be released sometime in the fourth quarter, the HCB-108 is a bluetooth speaker/microphone from Sony, for individuals that want or are legally obligated to use hands-free communication tools in the car.
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Aimed at becoming the companies cheapest model, the HCB-108 features noise and echo cancellation, and is claimed to last over 25 hours of talking time and up to a month of standby operation. The device, a small black box with grill holes and visor clip - reminiscent of old garage door openers - will be available in black and silver. A price has yet to be announced.
- hands-free wireless communication with any bluetooth device
- up to 25 hours of talking time, and a month of standby operation
- full duplex for clear back-and-forth conversation
- built in noise and echo cancellation
- weighs only 93 grams
- MSRP: $79.99
User Reviews (4)
not as futuristic and blingy as some other models
echo and noise cancellation
Extremely long battery life
not the most attractive build quality (cheap plastic, no button paint or any type of highlight)
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