HiSense Mini HB200M Headset
The guys from Digital Hub sent this little Bluetooth headset earlier this week (a HiSense Mini HB200M Headset) and I’ve been told that it’s one of the most interesting models around.
I’ve seen the HiSense brand in stores for sometime now but haven’t had any interest since I already got a couple of headsets around.
It’s one of those gadget accessories where once you have or been using one, you tend to not look for anything better unless it gets broken or lost (I have a very old Jabra and a tiny Motorola headset).
Still, the HiSense Mini HB200M Headset deserves a second look — it’s small and lightweight, has a functional build and some interesting features aside from the usual functions you’d normally expect from a regular headset.
So what comes in the box? You get the bluetooth headset with a removable ear clip, 3 earbuds you can switch around depending on which size is most comfortable for you, another in-ear bud, a cord, magnetic clip and USB charger.
HiSense Mono Headset (Mini HB200M)
5.5 hour talk-time
150 hour standby time
The cord and the magnetic clip pairs to become a pendant of sorts and the headset attaches to the clip via a small but strong magnetic head. That way, when you’re not using the headset, you can take it off and just wear it around your neck.
Actually, what’s more interesting interesting is that the HiSense headset allows you to pair and connect to two (2) mobile phones at the same time. Great for when you carry two mobile phones around since you don’t have to manually disconnect from one and re-connect to the other one.
The HiSense Mini HB200M Headset retails for Php1,950 in stores. However, our friends from Awesome.ph will be launching on Thursday and offer this model at 60% off! That’s down to just Php798 from an already affordable Php1,995 price. Check Awesome.ph and sign up for the alert when the sale happens in Thursday, November 11.
Update: The date has been moved to next week. Will post update when they send out the new date. Just sign up at Awesome.ph for alerts.