Wireless Bluetooth Headsets Buying Guide
The first few times you saw people talking on Bluetooth headsets, you probably thought they were talking to themselves, but now that they've been around for a few years, the tiny devices have become widespread in their use. Bluetooth headsets hook around your ear and allow you to talk on a cell phone, or use with any other Bluetooth-enabled device, completely hands-free. This will only work if your phone supports Bluetooth wireless technology, but most recent phones do. Additionally, many states now make it a punishable offense to talk on the phone while driving without using a hands-free technology, and most others have legislation in the works to make it illegal in those states as well. Don't worry about sacrificing comfort or quality�Bluetooth wireless headsets are ergonomically designed and now offer outstanding audio in their tiny packages.
Bluetooth HeadsetWhat is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth creates a wireless personal area network on a radio frequency of 2.45 Gigahertz (GHz). This standard has been agreed upon by device manufacturers internationally, so all devices with the Bluetooth label will be compatible with this standard; because it creates a small area connection, Bluetooth devices can be synced to multiple other devices simultaneously. Additionally, they only need to be in range of each other and don't need to be aimed at each other so you can keep your phone in your pocket (or even another room) and it won't interfere with the signal.