When a PDA is Not Enough: Bang & Olufsen’s Serene Phone

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 With super voice clarity and perfect synchronization to the Serene, the EarSet 2 sounds as good as it looks, creating an overall phone that is just so Haute.

Let’s face it. Sometimes simplicity is best. Is it too much to ask for a phone that’s light, compact, and does everything you need it to do? Bang & Olufsen’s super sexy Serene phone is the solution. Even during all of your quick jaunts around the world, this tri-band phone receives e-mails, SMS, MMS, with the best sound quality and voice clarity on the market.

But beyond all that, it has an appealing, sleek design. Its James Bond-like motorized arm means that it opens automatically at the slightest tap, revealing a round keypad and circular navigational wheel. The Serene will sync with all your contacts from both your computer and your other B&O phone products, and when placed on the docking station, it will open automatically when a call or message is received.

The true B&O aficionado would hardly be bothered by the $1,275 price tag, taking it one step further with the Seren’s companion, the EarSet 2 Bluetooth headset, priced at an additional $350. With super voice clarity and perfect synchronization to the Serene, the EarSet 2 sounds as good as it looks, creating an overall phone that is just so Haute.

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