Sony Ericsson Launches Motion Activated HeadPhone MH907

By September 21st, 2009 AT 6:33 PM

Sony Ericsson-MH907Sony Ericsson today announced the launch of motion-activated headphones which can sense the user’s movements. The company claims the “MH907” is the world’s first motion-sensing headphone. One has to just plug in the two earphones to start listening to music and pause by removing one earbud.

To start listening again simply plug it back in do exactly the same to answer and end calls – as simple as 1, 2, and 3! Sony Ericsson’s SensMe™ Control technology responds without a single press of a button, and with a Clear Audio experience users encounter superior sound on the move and enjoy their favourite music as its meant to be heard.

Jacob Sten Senior Vice President SEMC accessories quoted “With the MH907 consumers can pocket their phone but still stay connected all day, every day by simply plugging in or removing their earbuds – there is no need for a remote control or any buttons.”

Sony Ericsson has also created a humorous film to demonstrate the product’s unique technology. Partnering with internationally renowned animator Kristofer Ström, the short film debuting today shows a cartoon character riding the bus and switching effortlessly between phone calls and listening to his favourite music. To see the film visit: www.sonyericsson.com/putyourearsincontrol

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