Bluetrek has announced its latest product - the "UFO" - that stands for (and we kid you not) "Undeniably Fashionable Object".
A Bluetooth headset from its "Fashion for Heads" range is a new earpiece that is circular in shape and design - the speaker fitson
the ear rather than in it.
You'll be glad to know that this circular lightweight accessory is compact, with a diameter of 3.3cm and weighing 8 grams.
The UFO allows you to communicate for up to 6 hours and offers standby time of up to 8 days and works in a range of up to 10 metres.
You can personalise your look with a choice of four ear hooks (available in two ear sizes) that can be used when wearing glasses.
The UFO's DSP function claims to guarantee superb sound quality while reducing noise interferences and echo cancellation.
Two telephone numbers can be pre-registered and called at the touch of a button. A display light system lets you know when battery levels are low and indicates remaining standby time.
The Bluetrek UFO is also equipped with a "Voice Alert" to you to low battery and can confirm your choice of function such as connecting or disconnecting your headset, redialling your last number, rejecting a call or contacting favourite numbers.
The UFO is available now for £49.99.
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