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Wireless Headset

The wireless image headset is used to be worn around the neck. Some models have a joystic along with the earpiece It is compatible with many bluetooth enabled cell phones.The image headset synchronises its own memory's phone book with your cell phone's phonebook via bluetooth. Images can be viewed and transferred with a compatible bluetooth device. According to Wkipedia a bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks (PANs). Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices like personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, laptops, PCs, printers and digital cameras. An interesting selling point is the independent voice dialing". A wireless image headset automatically creates a voice tag of all the names stored in your headset's phonebook. These tags can be used to make voice calls by more than one speaker (that's why it's called "speaker-independent").

There can be up to ten different users for one wireless image headset, with only one user having an active connection at the time. By resetting the pairing information from the headset according to the instructions provided in the user guide, up to ten new users can be paired to the headset.

For the person who is honest with themselves and cannot muti-task there is a new option available. Using a cellular phone while driving is a bad idea if it means taking a hand off the steering wheel. Hands-free kits allow you to convert a handheld phone into a speakerphone. Kits start around $25 for do-it-yourself, plug-in kits with power converters, speakers and microphones. More sophisticated kits require professional installation and include a microphone that typically attaches to a visor, a speaker that's mounted near the dash, a cradle that holds the phone and a junction box where all cords connect. Antennas are available in a variety of configurations including glass mount, trunk mount, magnetic mount and retractable/stub types. Prices for an installed hands-free kit range from $180 to $300, depending on phone and features.

 

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