Educate and protect yourself by using a MoshiMoshi handset ,proven to Reduce Cellphone Radiation more than 95% of Cell Phone radiations.
MY (MM04 - Black) The MM04 has been designed for Native Union by the award winning British designer, Michael Young, it supports Bluetooth 2.1 multipoint technology, which lets you pair and answer calls on two different Bluetooth devices. This means you can quickly and easily connect the Moshi Moshi 04 to two phones, such as a Smartphone and a personal phone, or a phone and a Bluetooth-enabled device, such as a laptop that you use to make VOIP Internet calls. MM04 also functions as super high quality Bluetooth stereo speakers and noise reduction conference call unit. Manufactured with a brushed aluminium facia and luxurious, soft-touch finishing. ...Important Note About the iPad... The MM01 and MMO2 wired models are perfect for the iPad but Apple does not support Bluetooth out as yet so the MM03 and MM04 Bluetooth models do not pair with iPad. Cell Phones And Health: An Increasingly Active Debate Recently published long-term studies have added to concerns that cell phone radiation may be linked to various forms of cancer, including tumors of the ear and brain, gliomas, blastomas, and neuromas, in addition to a broad range of other health risks. Please find here some links to some of the most authoritative published reports and media discussions on link between cell phones radiation and cancer. Related Links Long-term use of mobile phones 'may be linked to cancer' Fact or Fiction?: Cell Phones Can Cause Brain Cancer Mobile phone use 'raises children's risk of brain cancer fivefold' Should mobile phones carry cancer warnings? Mobile phones are bad for your health report from French experts Experts Revive Debate Over Cellphones and Cancer Heavy Use of Mobile Phones Increases Cancer Risk, Study Finds Swedish Study Finds Cell Phone Cancer Risk Will Your Cell Phone Give You Cancer? Cell Phone Cancer Warning Labels Proposed in Maine, San Francisco Pulsed microwave radiation 24/7 New report reveals mobile phone cancer risk.