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 Samsung Announces MODUS Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headset
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Message Text: Samsung today announced the availability of the new convertible-style Bluetooth headset, the Samsung Modus (HM3500).

The Modus is an affordable headset that offers dual microphone and noise cancelling technology that converts to a Stereo Bluetooth headset for an enhanced mobile experience.

The Modus supports many features such as noise cancellation with a dual microphone design to separate the user?s voice from the surrounding background noise. In addition to sound quality, the Modus offers advanced multipoint technology that allows connectivity between two Bluetooth-enabled audio-streaming devices, including mobile phones, computers and MP3 players. When enjoying Bluetooth stereo while also connected to a phone, the Modus will mute the stereo audio, allowing the user to answer or initiate phone calls and restores its settings when the call is complete.

Key Modus Product Features

Removable ear hook
Multiple sized ergonomic rubber ear buds
Stereo earbuds with minimal wires and clip to secure wires in place
Advanced multipoint technology connecting to two phones
Audio streaming
Bluetooth version 2.1+EDR
Noise reduction: 2-Mic NR/EC
Talk & standby time: 6h/200h
AVC (Auto Volume Control)
Profile: HSP, HFP, A2DP
Power switch
Micro USB interface
Battery level check
Proximity pairing ? place phone and headset within 6" and auto pair.

New Guinness World Record

In related news, Swype, a text input technology, and Samsung Telecommunications, have set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest text message on a touchscreen mobile phone using Swype on the Samsung Omnia II.

Using the official phrase of the Guinness World Records for records related to text messaging, "The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human," Franklin Page, a recent employee of Swype and resident of Seattle, WA successfully texted the phrase in 35.54 seconds using Swype technology. Page?s time set the record in a brand new category for the fastest text message on a touchscreen mobile phone.

The new Guinness World Record was judged by Stuart Claxton, an official Guinness World Records adjudicator. In conjunction with the new record, Samsung Mobile shot a TV commercial for the Samsung Omnia II featuring Page and Claxton.

The Samsung Omnia II, available exclusively with Verizon Wireless, is a full-touch all-in-one smartphone powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 to keep customers connected to their corporate and personal e-mail accounts and synchronized with their schedules and contacts. The Omnia II?s virtual QWERTY keyboard with Swype technology allows customers to input text faster and easier with one continuous finger or stylus motion across the screen keyboard.

Swype?s patented technology provides a faster way to input text on touch-screens. The underlying software provides a high degree of error tolerance making it faster than existing text entry methods as it does not require users to hit each letter accurately. Average users can quickly achieve text input speeds at over 40 words per minute.
 
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