New Phone Allows Users To Speak Through Their Ear
Japan's electronics giant Sanyo Electric unveils the earphone-microphone "E-mimi kun", which has earphone and microphone inside an ear piece and noise canceling LSI to have conversations with clear voice under noisy circumstance such as factory and event site. Sanyo will put it on the market next April.
A Japanese company recently unveiled a new device that will allow people “speak” through their ear so they can use their mobile telephones in noisy places.
E Mimi Kun
The device – named “e-Mimi-kun” (good ear boy) – doubles as an earphone and a microphone by detecting air vibrations inside the ear, developer NS-ELEX Co. said.The ear piece and the accompanying device can be connected to a mobile phone, or wirelessly to a Bluetooth handset, so users no longer have to cover their mouths when speaking in a loud environment.
E Mimi Kun
“Exterior noise is reduced six-fold by the ear piece, while a chip developed by Sanyo Electric for the accompanying device reduces sound levels ten-fold.”
NS-ELEX believes the product would be useful for people working in places such as factories, restaurants and amusement parks.
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