A new line of accessories
for the all-portable, all-knowing smartphones we like to use so much these days shows up and immediately takes you back in the past for a quick reminder of where it all started from. The Native Union Moshi Moshi series is a very well designed line of Bluetooth handsets that you can pair with your mobile phone just so you can have that old fashioned feeling while answering the phone, instead of the modern push of a button.
There are five handsets in the Moshi Moshi series and they all have certain features, which distinguish them from one another, but there is one, namely the MM04i, that is truly original in both design and functionality aspects.
The other four models are all designed by France's David Turpin and the one that I was talking about earlier is made by British designer Michael Young.
The MM01h and MM01 feature a retro design
, both having even an old-fashioned phone cord, like the MM02. The Moshi Moshi 03 model does not have a cord and uses the same Bluetooth 2.1 multi-point technology like the MM04i.
The additional function of the top model Bluetooth handset is the integrated iPhone
charging dock, which will allow you to stick one Apple smartphone in it so that it recharges while you mind your own business, like admiring the cool design of the MM04i, for example.
Via Bluetooth 2.1, you will be able to connect two gadgets at the same time to this Native Union accessory and make VoIP calls through your laptop while keeping your smartphone connected to it. This $199.99 gadget features high quality Bluetooth stereo speakers with noise reduction.
Various adapters, USB for instance, can be bought separately or used together with the other handsets from the Moshi Moshi line. This way, you can employ them with more compatible products apart from your smartphone. The MM01h is the most affordable in the line at $29.99.
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