Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Parrot MKi9200 versus MKi9100

The MKi system is a unique range of Bluetooth hands-free car merging the latest communication technologies with features and services dedicated to music. The MKi enables you to establish any phone conversations in a few seconds once you have paired up without needing to touch the phone.

The MKi car kits incorporate all the user-independent voice recognition and voice synthesis systems vividly easing the way of using them in every situation. Also all types of enhancements for any type of music are supplied with each MKi hands-free kit for iPod, iPhone, iTouch, USB keys, USB MP3 players, Bluetooth Stereo devices, CD players, MiniDisc.

Here is the basic difference between MKi9200 and MKi9100. Talking of the display Display, MKi9100 has blue OLED screen in 2 lines while to that MKi9200 has Color TFT 2.4’ dot matrix display. The Dimensions of the screen in case of MKi9100 is 82 x 32 x 14 mm and 3.20 x 1.25 x 0.55 in. MKi9200 has screen measuring 72 x 57 x 12 mm and 2.83 x 2.24 x 0.47 in. Turning on to the display information MKi 9100 displays Phone status ,Phonebook, Menus & Settings and Small playlist while to that MKi9200 screen can display Phone status, Phonebook, Wallpaper, Caller picture ID, Menus & Settings, Full playlist and LP Covers

Both of them have almost same caller identification voicing and displaying name and number, however in case of MKi9200 ID can also be spoken and displayed. Rest of the features are same like Microprocessor Parrot5 (32 bits) at 208MHz And Flash Memory of 32 Mbits – RAM = 16Mbits. Bluetooth is v2.0 + EDR in both the parrot MKis with similar audio quality. Both the MKi9100 and MKi9200 promises to be fully dedicated to conversation and music in the car.

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dave said...

Thank you for your post on the 91 vs the 92. I wish Parrot did this also. Very nice. Dave.

Charlie said...

ANy idea if the Mki 9200 screen will work on a Mki9100? only I have the latter and my original screen has been stolen.

Thanks Charlie