Sennheiser took its time getting into the Bluetooth headset market, but finally after three years in the making it releases the BW900, a noise-canceling model that the company says can work up to 300 feet away from a desktop telephone. That number goes down to a more-normal 30 feet when you're using it with a cellphone.
The unique noise cancellation in the BW900 is called "adaptive intelligence," which adjusts to ambient noise levels and can even remember your preferred settings and implement them when things get noisy again. Originally scheduled to be available in January of this year for $330, it's said to be finally available in the UK now.
Sennheiser announces BW900 Bluetooth headset [TechDigest]