HM7000 Brings Bluetooth Headsets to New Level - Page 2
Talk Time: Up to 4 hours, 16 hours with charging case
Play Time: Up to 4 hours, 16 hours with charging case
Standby Time: Up to 160 hours, 640 hours with charging case
One super unique feature of the HM7000 is the charging/carrying case. Basically it connects via microUSB to charge up and when you dock your headset into the charging station you can recharge your device. That can come in handy while you are out and about.
Also the device is packed some unique features including an Android app that allows you to do some very cool things with your headset. For example you can have the device read your texts and emails and even use the device with voice commands to create emails and texts and then send them as well. Truly hands free and very helpful.
You pack those two great things together and you really do have a fantastic little device that will help you in your everyday life without the hassle of ear lag. So now it is time to give you the wrap up.
Results are in
I was seriously concerned with a Bluetooth headset that had boasted about its great features and wondered if it would live up to the hype and after a long and hard testing session have come to a conclusion. Using the new Kyle Scientific Scale-o-Rama and our new Skip It, Flip It and Buy It options, put the The HM7000 through its paces and came to these conclusions.
- Great sound quality
- Unique charging station
- Android App helps you truly be hands free
- Sometimes slips off the ear
- Buttons don’t always work when pressed