(PRWEB) October 29, 2008
Most people are tired of walking around with a communication device stuck in their ear. But in this "must-talk-now" era of business, when a hands-free cellular capability is critical, there hasn't been an alternative -- until now.
Omni Laboratories is proud to announce the debut of Medallion™ the first, smallest wearable, lightweight, hands-free, personal Bluetooth® speakerphone with full duplex capability that eliminates the need for ear-obstructing hardware. With a talking duration of 4 hours, and stand-by endurance of over 150 hours Medallion™ is a sophisticated communication tool that is easy to set up, and even easier to use. Wear a Medallion on the included lanyard, or just clip it a shirt pocket or lapel, push a button and talk. It's so light weight (1.25oz), many users probably forget it's there.
Keep your Desk and Ears Free of Clutter
Tired of ear fatigue when using conventional ear-dependent Bluetooth devices? After switching to the Medallion I, there will be no need for a sound-limiting earpiece. Users will be able to converse naturally with the convenience of a speakerphone that will answer calls without ever touching a cell phone. With the touch of a button people will be able to answer an incoming call, activate the speakerphone, cancel it in favor of a private conversation; redial the last number called, or end a call. In fact, you can be up to 10 meters away from the cell phone.
Simple to set up, Simple to Use
Pairing a cell phone to a Medallion Bluetooth™ Speakerphone takes just seconds. There are no complicated commands to learn, no thick manual to study. Best of all, the Medallion I is a full duplex speakerphone. That means both parties can have a real conversation. The Medallion is simple, intuitive, and represents years of research that have produced a small, rugged, dependable communications aid that will make business communication more efficient, personal calls more relaxing, and life a whole lot easier.
And it's only $80.00.
Easy to learn, easy to use, and easy on the ear.
From Omni Laboratories