Bluetooth for your ear

Bluetooth headsets are truly a matter of personal taste — especially if, like me, you’re fussy about hanging contraptions from your ear. PC World tested Logitech’s Mobile Bluetooth Headset with a Bluetooth-enabled Sony Ericsson T610.

The phone easily recognised the headset, allowing us to handle calls while leaving the phone in the bag. This is especially useful in the car, even more so now that police are cracking down on mobile phone usage while driving.

The Logitech headset attaches to your ear with a nice cushy ear pad and hooks around the ear with a clip.

The unit’s tiny on/off button is hard to find. In testing, the headset offered good sound quality, and of all the Bluetooth headset devices we’ve seen, we favour the comfy Logitech unit.

Logitech Mobile Bluetooth Headset
Price: $199.95
Vendor: Logitech
Phone: (02) 9972 3711
URL: www.logitech.com

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Aoife M. McEvoy

PC World

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