New Designer Bluetooth Desktop Speaker and Headset system by Native Union Moshi Moshi 04i

HONG KONG, April 18, 2011 — Today Native Union announced the launch of its Moshi Moshi 04i by award-winning product designer Michael Young. the Bluetooth stereo handset with dedicated iPhone dock which is a high performance Bluetooth desktop stereo speaker system, with a professional conference call unit built in and cell phone handset with noise reduction technology. the unit is equipped with a cradle base for iPhone synchronization and battery charging.

“we are very excited to introduce the Moshi Moshi 04i, which we feel is the perfect accessory for the stylish Apple user who is looking for a unique and innovative product to enhance their iPhone experience,” says John Brunner, managing director of Native Union. “the MM04i uses the latest technology to integrate the music and mobile experience for the home or business user who desires a product that is beautiful to the eye and superior in function and design.”

The MM04i utilizes Bluetooth 2.1 chip technology which enables simultaneous pairing to computers and mobile phones, allowing both internet and mobile calls to be conducted through the same handset. Featuring auto pick-up/hang-up and auto connect/disconnect, the handset can be used for private calls or via conference call mode within 30 feet of the MM04i base unit. the syncing cradle charges the iPhone during use, providing uninterrupted calls and desktop music playback. the handset is available in two color combinations that accentuate the luxurious design and sanded aluminium face—silver/black and copper/taupe.  

at the 2011 Consumer Electronics show by , Native Union received the award as a best of show Finalist in design and innovation. the company’s full suite of Moshi Moshi handsets are designed to change the way we interact with our smartphones, enhancing the many features and functions that make them ‘smart.’  for more Details on Native Union’s line of products , please visit or visit their Facebook page at

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