I consider myself a traditional mobile phone user. Am not one to accessorize or rely on bling-blings for my phone since I depend more on my gadget for its function rather than its form.
Lately however, this Hisense bluetooth Mono Headset (model HB 200M) landed on my lap and I realize how it perfectly suits my busy lifestyle.Being a multitasking mom, I can clip this gadget to my ear to answer calls while cooking or taking care of my toddler.
Outside the house, like in a mall for instance, this is safer to use. The less you display your precious phone in public, the better for its life span (you know what we mean).
This is the Hisense package when it came in. If you’re a first-time user, don’t be intimidated by the little bits and pieces for they’re actually easy to assemble when you get the hang of it just by reading the manual.
Pictured above is the bluetooth headset (right) with the magnetic clip (left)
This is the rest of the package consisting of the USB cable with the USB charger, ear hook, different-sized ear buds, the necklace and the user manual (not in photo)
The virtues of a bluetooth headset especially when you’re driving have long been extolled. Using the Hisense Mono Headset HB 200M while am on the road is ideal for me since I have a multi-touch phone. I can do away with the tedious work of pressing buttons on my phone and just use the Hisense device with its lone Multi-Function Button.I can even activate voice dialling with one click for those numbers I often call. What I found best: sound quality is good. It’s as if am using my high-tech smartphone myself.
There are two ways by which you can use the device: in-ear or as a pendant. The former method, with the headset clipped to your ear, is actually better since the hook has a tighter grip. When worn as a necklace, the magnetic clip doesn’t hold tight, especially when you’re engaged in activity like sports or chasing a toddler.
The good news: you can pair this Hisense bluetooth headset not just with one phone but two! This is certainly perfect for those with two phones. Pairing proved to be very easy. Following simple instructions, I was quite surprised to learn that my Hisense device connected to both my phones automatically.
Suggested retail price for this bluetooth headset is P1,450 only. You can find it at the following gadget stores in Manila and beyond:
* Digital Hub
* Beyond the Box
* Adi Gadget World – Parksquare 1
* 5th Avenue Shangri-La Mall
* ComCentre – Sta. Lucia
* Power TelecomShop – SM North Edsa Annex
* Techno Mobile Hub – SM Marikina
* NewVenice– Parksquare 1
* TopNet – SM Megamall
* Sir Lance – Festival Mall
* Oxvor – Starmall Alabang
* Cell Power Sales
* Jerry Solutions
* Round Circle – Festival Mall
* Star Circle –Starmall Alabang
* First Choice Cellshope
* Mobile Experts – Parksquare 1
* Owtel – Starmall Edsa Shaw
* CyberWidgets – SM Masinag
* BSD – Mall ofAsia
* Techno Kid – SM San Lazaro
* TechTel – Robinson’s Ermita
* Bionic HD