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Swissvoice launch ePure CH01 & CH05 for mobile phones

Under: Accessories, Apple iPhone, Mobile Phones
By:James | July 20th, 2012

Mobile phone accessory and DECT phone designer Swissvoice has now announced the launch two new additions to their ePure range of devices, the ePure CH01, and the ePure CH05 handsets, two handsets that connect to a mobile phone, tablet or PC, allowing for a more comfortable and stylish conversation.

Both ePure handsets incorporate Swiss quality design with cutting-edge HD voice tech whilst reducing the users exposure to potentially harmful RF emissions. The ePure CH01 (image above) and CH05 (image below) mix the traditional shape of a landline phone with a retro design to deliver a comfortable and convenient way for Skype/VoiP and mobile phone users to stay in touch.

The ePure CH range delivers the option of either a handset with a CH01 base for the office or home user, whilst the CH05 is the same unit but without the base but comes with a free non-slip matt, and all CH devices connect via a 3.5mm jack.

The ePure CH01 and ePure CH05 feature Swiss premium quality design with a high quality microphone and audio receiver, and both devices offer HD voice, and exclusive to Swissvoice features a “Made for iPhone” switch on the side that enables the user to use Siri on the handsets, whilst iPhone users can also take advantage of the volume controls located on the side of the CH handsets

Both the Ch01 and CH05 feature Swissvoice’s Fulleco trademark, which means they reduce the quantity of RF emissions when making a call via their mobile phone, and are available in white with detail in four colours, sunset orange, sky blue, hot pink, and bright green.

The ePure CH01 and ePure CH05 can be purchase from either Amazon or Iwanttoneofthose, and the CH01 commands a price tag of £33.99 whilst the CH05 has a price tag of £34.99.

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