Iqua SUN

The Iqua SUN is a solar-powered wireless Bluetooth powered by a photovoltaic cell that uses any available light (even indoors) to recharge itself. It can also be recharged by plugging it into your computer using a mini USB charging cable.

Manufactured by Finnish based Iqua, this nifty gadget has been designed to feel "like a natural extension of your senses and personality". That's at least the idea behind Iqua's innovative range in design and functionalities that presently cover both mono and stereo headsets.

With an Iqua headset, you can connect wirelessly with the maximum number of Bluetooth® enabled devices, such as iPods, mp3s, PDAs, laptops or consumer electronics products, as well as with any brand of Bluetooth mobile phones that support the Headset or Handsfree profiles.

For a hands-on review of the Iqua 603 Sun read the following article by Eric Zeman at the Information Week Blog:

• Answer/end/reject call
• Last number redial
• Voice dial activate (when supported by mobile phone)
• Mute
• Volume control
• Switch between phone and handsfree modes
• Bluetooth connection active, call status and battery low indicated by multi-colored LEDs
• Automatic reconnection to default user or the last user
• Automatic reconnection at power on and disconnect at power off
• Support for VOIP calls
• Reset hardware and software

  • Size 48 (L) x 25 (W) x 12 (H) mm
  • Weight 14g
  • Talktime Up to 12h
  • Standby time Infinite(In sunlight)
  • Battery type 3.7v/110mAh Lithium-Polymer
  • Bluetooth Standard Bluetooth Spec. 2.0 EDR
  • Supported Bluetooth profiles Handsfree 1.0 and Headset 1.1
  • Chipset CSR BC04 Audio ROM
  • Connection Point-to-point
  • Paired devices Up to 8, one at a time
  • Operating Distance 10 meters
  • Operating temperature range 0°C to 55°C

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