Video Review: Moshi Moshi 03 Lets You Go Hands Free In Style

Video Review:  Moshi Moshi 03 Lets You Go Hands Free In Style

Back in April I told you about the Native Union Moshi Moshi 01.   The sleek and sophisticated handsfree unit allow the users to make and receive mobile calls while experiencing the ease of comfort of a landline base.

Native Union is out with the next release in the Moshi Moshi line.  The Moshi Moshi 03 draws from the original 01 unit but now adds Bluetooth into the fold.  And it’s not your regular old Bluetooth stack either.  The 03 uses a multipoint chip which allows two Bluetooth devices to be paired to it simultaneously.  At home I paired the o3 up with both my iPhone 4 and my iMac.  When a call came in it didn’t matter if it was a Skype call through my computer or a mobile call to my iPhone, the Moshi Moshi 03 recognizes which it is and routes the call through it’s Bluetooth handset.

The Moshi Moshi 03 is the premier home or office hands free calling solution.  If you rely on your mobile phone for a majority of your calling, even when you’re not out and about, this is something worth checking out.

Watch my full video review below from my YouTube channel and then head to the Native Union web site to learn more about the full line of Moshi Moshi products.

M.S.R.P. – $129

What I like – Great design, handsfree calling in the form of a landline form factor, can pair with two BT devices.

What I don’t like – Nothing!

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