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Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset
By: James Steele
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    Table of Contents:
  • Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset
  • Technical Specifications
  • The FreeStyler 600
  • A Closer Look
  • Testing and Conclusion

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    Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset - Technical Specifications

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    Since many of us are quite technically inclined, I only think it prudent to include the technical specifications of the product. For those of you who aren't so inclined, you may want to go ahead and click to the next page before your eyes glaze over from information overload.

    For those still with me, I went to Soyo's website to gather the technical specifications for the FreeStyler 600, so I could present them to you here.


    • Bluetooth Version: 2.0 EDR
    • Connection: Point to Point
    • Operating Temperature: -10~45
    • Headset Passkey: 0000

    Support profile

    Almost all mobiles with Bluetooth function

    Power class

    Class II

    Frequency range

    2.4GHZ-2.4835GHZ ISM Band

    RF output power

    0dBm(class II)



    Operation range

    Up to 10 meters (33 ft)


    3.6V Li-polymer battery

    Input power

    6V + 10%

    Standby time

    Up to 200 hours

    Talk time

    Up to 8 hours

    Charging time

    2-3 hrs

    Dimension net (W H D)

    48 mm x 21 mm x 12 mm (1.89 in x 0.83 in x 0.47 in)

    Net Weight

    9 g / 0.020 lbs





    I'll be quite honest with you. Some of the things in the specs don't make much sense to me, because I'm not a hardcore Bluetooth enthusiast. But I can say after surfing around and comparing these specs to those of other Bluetooth headsets that have received good reviews, they seem to be in line with other devices of this nature.

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