Friday, May 24, 2013

New Technology Helps Prevent Missed Cell Phone Calls While At Home

Renny Bluetooth Home Ringer Offers Unprecedented Range, Reaction & Reliability
It's a problem that happens all too often to cell phone users nationally - an important cell call at home goes unanswered because a phone ringtone is turned off, the phone is out of reach, or it is muffled in a pocket, briefcase, drawer or car. Now, a first of its kind Bluetooth ready "home base ringer" called Renny is ringing out the old and ringing in the new. Renny is designed with patented technologies never used before to help make sure cell phone rings get heard - and calls get answered.
There are other wireless Bluetooth answering speakers on the market, but while those units are basically voice/sound amplifying speakers, Renny from Olens Technology is more of an all-inclusive "home base ringer" station - the first ever to hit the market. Renny combines the best of both worlds by fixing what is wrong with those similar cell phone answering products and offering aspects that the others currently don't.
What makes Renny different?
The Renny Home Ringer works anywhere in a home or office by automatically connecting wirelessly to any mobile phone within a 200 foot line of site range - the longest in its category. Even if a phone is on silent or vibrate Renny will pick up the call and even announce who is calling via its SilentSync technology. The unit allows anyone to answer the call, select ring tones, and even stream music from a smart phone to its powerful loudspeaker using 3D Digital Dynamic Bass technology. Renny also comes equipped with a built-in quality microphone with high-sensitivity and hands free function for clear voice call answering and communication. Unlike other systems, Renny offers a DualSync technology that allows up to 2 mobile phones to be connected at once.
Other products on the market cannot be used as a reliable full-time home ringer station because they automatically shut off after the phone is out of range for 10 minutes and they tend to experience multiple interference issues when the phone is used in certain parts of the house. While other speaker products must be turned on or off when you want to use them, the rechargeable Renny is always on and ready and works unnoticeably in the background until it is needed. Other speaker products serve as the default audio source for all call functions and steal the signal every time they connect causing dropped or lost calls to the speaker. Renny connects and disconnects repeatedly without any interference when the phone is in use and automatically selects the correct audio source to use during all calls via its AutoLinx technology.
A Renny demo video can be seen here:
The Renny is also more affordable than most other brands selling for $129.95 at:

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