Few months after the Lubix UBHS-PH2 Bluetooth headset became the world�s first device to ship with Qualcomm�s MEMS display tech, Acoustic Research ARWH1 headset became the first device with such a display to hit the market. The re-branded version of the Lubix UBHS-PH2, the Acoustic Research ARWH1, will hit the market by the end of this year.
The Acoustic Research ARWH1 is one of the industry’s first Bluetooth headsets capable of delivering visual information – such as caller ID, battery level and status alerts – as icons and text on the main screen. Through the use of Qualcomm’s MEMS display, users are able to see this information in virtually all viewing environments. The device includes a 3.5mm audio jack for use with any standard earphones, an attachable/detachable clip, and a five-way button for easy control of the headset. In addition, the new headset includes the XEN 3D Sound solution, offering five distinctive sound effects, echo cancellation and noise suppression, to provide a comfortable listening environment.