Do you sometimes feel a bit awkward talking in a tiny headset? Feeling those eyes starring at you – thinking you’re some kind of lunatic talking to himself. Fear not, for the hair dryer headset is here.
The multifunctional BluePointer is the world’s first Bluetooth headset that is equipped with both a laser pointer and a LED flashlight. The ultra-compact design incorporates practical features of headset, laser pointer, remotely scrolling of PC presentation and LED flashlight. The laser pointer can be used […]
BTM-118 is a Bluetooth headset with a built-in FM radio, featuring eight pre-sets for your favorite channels and auto-scanning for new radio stations.
This multifunctional Bluetooth headset is designed like a stylus pen and comes with a with built-in speaker and microphone.
The tiny Argard M10 Bluetooth headset weighs only 5 grams, but still offers a stand-by time of 100 hours and a constant talk time of three hours.
This Bluetooth adaptor from Jabra connects to a 3.5 mm jack and will transmit music wirelessly from your music player to your Bluetooth stereo headphones.
Get ready for the weirdest gadget of the month; the Bluetooth Dental Insert Microphone. The product is described as the “ultimate bluetooth handsfree”.
This multimedia watch can play video and music files, and it comes with a Bluetooth headset with an operation range of up to 10 meters (33 feet).
Remember the pink Wake-Up Angel from last year? Here we have a similar earpiece device to prevent you from falling asleep when you really shouldn’t. Just place it behind the right ear. It works on the electronic balance which means that when the driver’s head […]
This MP3 watch from Goldlantern can easily be connected to your mobile using a stereo headset that supports the wireless Bluetooth technology.
This hands-free transmitter from Satechi will turn your car stereo into a giant headset using Bluetooth technology through FM transmission.
The idea here is that the Wake-up Angel will wake you up in case you happen to fall asleep when you really shouldn’t, e.g., when reading about this gadget.