The old Xbox 360 headset is gigantic and expensive, considering it only worked with the Xbox 360. The new Xbox 360 headset? Not only is it much, much better promises Senior Director of Xbox Accessories, Zulfi Alam, it's a Bluetooth headset.
If you're a headset devotee, you'll know that they don't always stay put on your ear. The Plantronics Voyager Pro UC packs capacitive sensors so it knows when you're wearing it—and when to direct calls to itself.
If you've got an almost elegant Bluetooth headset that feels as un-silly as the Stone, how do you change it for the inevitable sequel? Make it smarter.
Using a Peek lowers your intelligence by 3, and wearing three T-Shirts only gives you +1 to defense, but +20% cold resistance. [Dog House Diaries]
A delicious tipster just sent us this photo of the Jabra Stone, which was teased in a silhouette earlier today. Is this it? It could very well be.
This is the teaser page for Jabra's Stone, an upcoming headset that's supposedly shaped like a stone. Too bad you can't see it for another 27 days.
No doubt, this headset is going to make you look like a douchebag, but it is freaking killer. When you get past the rendering on a rendering, you notice it has a screen that will project a 15-inch virtual display.
Newton Peripherals, who make the Mogo line of accessories that pack something tiny into some equally tiny space, is releasing its iPhone Bluetooth version soon. And yes, it's a Bluetooth headset that docks into your iPhone (case).
This is Orb, a ring that transforms into a beautiful Bluetooth headset. Looks like sci-fi material, but it's an actual product coming in 2010. Good, because it's probably the first Bluetooth headset that looks great on a woman's ear:
Aliph's just gone and improved the second-generation Jawbone Bluetooth headset in both the sound quality and the looks department.
These Parrots stand at attention, (Monsieur Starck looking on), wirelessly bumping with an iPod perched on top. They're beautiful, but wait until you see the box that brings them to your mansion's loading dock.
I mean "Locutus of Borg" rather than the "Bjorn" variety of course... but admittedly, having a Bluetooth headset that you can whip off and use to fire red laser beams around is pretty sci-fi. It's the BluePointer from Brando, and I suppose it's a multipurpose gadget for professionals with little room in their…
You've probably seen the video above where people put cellphones around popcorn kernels and pop them by making a call. Turns out that it's a slightly disingenuous video by Cardo, a Blutooth headset manufacturer, in order to scare people into thinking that cellphones have that much radiation and they really need a…
Wearing Bluetooth headsets is always a risky fashion statement, but it may be that the slenderness of Bluetrek's Metal headset reduces the fashion-geek effect. It looks even skinnier than Apple's offering, being a scant 0.16-inches deep, and weighing a mere 0.01-pounds. Nevertheless, the skinny earbud-like device will…
We've been dreaming of using the Metal Gear Solid 4 Bluetooth headset for secret pantsing missions every since we laid eyes on it. Other than these new shots that will probably self-destruct soon, no new details we didn't already know: Bluetooth 2.0, eight-hour talk time, 160 standby, drops on June 12 with the game…
Click to viewHi guys. John Mayer here. When I'm not busy submitting Apple Problem Reports and banging two supermodels at once, I write songs. I know, you probably haven't heard them lately except at Apple events, but don't you know how I get those gigs? That's right, I call people. I call people two at a time with a…