8mm-Thin Headset Combines Dual Microphones, Digital Signal Processing and Wind-Noise Reduction for Natural Conversations
Plantronics® today announced the M100 Bluetooth® Headset, an ultra-slim, lightweight headset that includes advanced technology to deliver clear and natural audio. One of the industry's slimmest headsets — the device measures only 8mm thin — the M100 also delivers outstanding audio performance by incorporating dual microphones, wind-noise reduction and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology.
The Plantronics M100 is very easy to setup and use, and includes convenient voice alerts for remaining talk-time, low-battery, mute and connection status. A new feature for iPhone users allows them to monitor headset battery levels with an on-screen battery meter. When it comes to noisy environments, the M100 automatically adjusts to sound levels, so users are always hands-free and able to focus on the task in front of them.
More Colors, More Choice
The Plantronics M100 is featured in Charcoal Gray and is also available in multiple color accents: Glow Green, Electric Blue and Sparkle Pink. Other M100 features include:
- Multipoint technology pairs one headset to two Bluetooth devices.
- Battery that provides up to six hours of talk-time and 10 days of stand-by life.
- At only 9 grams and 8mm thin, the Plantronics M100 is lightweight and comfortable for extended wearing.
- Soft gel ear tips in three different sizes, together with an optional ear loop, provide multiple wearing options for a perfect fit.
“The M100 excels in every category that is important to busy people on the go, including audio performance, comfort and usability. The M100 delivers all of this with an exceptionally sleek and lightweight style that we think consumers will love.”
— Jeff Ducote, Senior Director, Mobile Category at Plantronics
Price and Availability
The Plantronics M100 has a MSRP of $79.99 and will be available in August in the U.S. Broader availability in additional retail and carrier stores, as well as Europe, will follow in September.