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Jabra debuts new Go 660 Bluetooth headset

Jabra debuts new Go 660 Bluetooth headset

Jabra has a new Bluetooth headset to add to its line of hands free devices called the Go 660. The new device is designed to go from working with your mobile phone on the go to working with a soft phone on a computer or notebook when you are in the office or at a desk. The headset has a noise-cancelling mic to eliminate background noise and enhanced digital speech for clarity.

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Logitech Wireless Headset F540 handles three sources

Logitech Wireless Headset F540 handles three sources

Another day, another Logitech headset, and the Logitech Wireless Headset F540 slots neatly into the company's mid-range offerings.  Still, it manages to offer a few unusual features, including an input base-station which can hook up to three analog sources simultaneously; a source button on the headset itself flips between them without you needing to climb off the couch.

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Sennheiser get iPhone friendly with latest headphone range

Sennheiser get iPhone friendly with latest headphone range

Sennheiser's latest headphone range has been outed, and the company is resolutely targeting iPhone users.  That basically means that the Sennheiser MM 70i, IE 8i, PX 100-IIi, PX 200-IIi, HD 218i and HD 238i each get a microphone and remote control block in-line in the cable, which also controls voice commands on compatible Apple PMPs.

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Motorola Oasis promises Bluetooth so comfy you don’t know it’s there

Motorola Oasis promises Bluetooth so comfy you don’t know it’s there

Motorola has outed its latest Bluetooth headset, the Motorola Oasis, a compact over-the-ear model that promises MultiPoint connections to two devices simultaneously.  The company claims the Oasis's DSP is capable of scything through twice as much wind noise as rival headsets - up to 12mph gusts, in fact - while they've also built in voice prompts for battery level, incoming calls and connectivity status.

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Looxcie wearable camcorder/headset lets you lifecast with Android

Looxcie wearable camcorder/headset lets you lifecast with Android

Our transition to Borg-like self-facilitating media nodes takes another geeky step, with Looxcie's eponymous headset-mounted Bluetooth camcorder.  Combining a regular Bluetooth headset with a 480 x 320 15fps camera, 4GB of onboard storage and a companion Android app that allows you to review and upload footage while on the move, Looxcie promises to help you share all those "wow, did you see that?!" moments those around you generally miss.

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Nokia mobile TV adapter unveiled

Nokia mobile TV adapter unveiled

Nokia has announced a new gadget that is designed to let users of Nokia phones watch TV on their mobile device without needing a WiFi or data network. The fact that the new mobile TV adapter doesn’t need a data network also means that there will be no charge for watching mobile content unlike streaming offerings on limited data plans.

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Logitech unveils Wireless Headset H760

Logitech unveils Wireless Headset H760

Logitech has been quiet this year with not that many new product offerings and then all the sudden it has opened a flood gate and tossed all manner of new gear out over the last month or so. The latest new product to be unveiled is the Wireless Headset H760.

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Logitech G930 headset, G700 mouse & G510 keyboard target gamers

Logitech G930 headset, G700 mouse & G510 keyboard target gamers

Logitech's peripheral department has been busy again, this time pushing out a game-centric trio of keyboard, headset and mouse.  The Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930, Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and the Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510 are all of the opinion that more buttons are better, and as such are heavily encrusted.

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Tritton AX 180 Wireless Gaming Headset Unveiled at E3

Tritton AX 180 Wireless Gaming Headset Unveiled at E3

Things keep sneaking out of E3. When it comes to headphones for gaming, gamers usually have their favorite already picked out. We're not sure if there are fanboys of headphones out there, but we'd be surprised if there aren't. As far as Tritton goes, it's one of the favorites out there, and touted as some of the best pieces of peripheral audio equipment by those who use them. As of right now, the AX 180 comes in a wired version, but all of that's about to change. Meet the wireless model!

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Astro offers Metal Gear Solid A30 gaming headset

Astro offers Metal Gear Solid A30 gaming headset

Gamers will spend lots of money on gear to get the best graphics and sound for their favorite game titles. The Metal Gear Solid franchise had been around for a long time and is very popular. Fans of the series can now get a branded headset from Astro called the A30: Peace Walker Edition.

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Plantronics Voyager PRO UC Review

Plantronics Voyager PRO UC Review

Bluetooth headsets are mostly associated - literally, in fact - with cellphones, but there are plenty of people looking to go wireless with their computers for VoIP. Plantronics' Voyager PRO UC looks like a regular headset but is designed to pair not only with your phone but your computer via a bundled USB dongle, and to maintain those connections simultaneously. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Plantronics Explorer 395 Review

Plantronics Explorer 395 Review

We've been impressed with Plantronics last few Bluetooth headsets, finding the company's DSP offers a decent balance of background noise reduction while not making callers sound hopelessly artificial. What happens when Plantronics tries to do DSP on a budget, however? The new Plantronics Explorer 395 has a bargain $49.95 MRSP and, the company reckon, is ideal for first-time Bluetooth headset users. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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