At CES 2012: Sennheiser launched its new Bluetooth 3.0 headset: the VMX 200. Developed by Sennheiser Communications in cooperation with engineers from hearing-aid specialist Oticon, the VMX 200 uses advanced technology to make taking mobile phone calls in noisy environments easier. Here is more info:
With the Sennheiser VMX 200, it is no longer necessary to repeat yourself while talking on your mobile phone. The headset uses Sennheiser's innovative VoiceMax technology, which separates the noise from the phone call while delivering the best possible sound quality available in a Bluetooth headset.
The tiny Bluetooth headset features two built-in microphones, which are able to intelligently determine the location of the sound source, similar to human hearing. The integrated circuitry then detects unwanted noise and cancels most of it out, while maintaining optimal voice communication. A newly engineered speaker is optimized for high speech clarity. The combination of each of these elements ensures clear phone calls -- even in noisy locations.
The VMX 200 headset is extremely flexible and can remain connected to two devices simultaneously -- such as a business and a private mobile phone, or a mobile phone and a laptop computer.
Weighing in at just over a third of an ounce and featuring a long battery life (six hours of talking time, and 10 days of stand-by time), the VMX 200 delivers reliable performance in a variety of environments, including work, the car, the train or the airport.