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    Just saw this on engadget this morning:
    http://www.i-luv.com/iLuv/product_in...36eb44bced31f3

    Looks like it's available now, and for only $89.95. I've been looking for a fully wireless headset...If this works well with the newer treos, it might be time to upgrade the 650!
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    I dont like the design plus a dont wanna suport an unoriginal company that needs to rip off apple's iWhatever. its only BT1.2 BT2.0 is the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kill_Dano View Post
    its only BT1.2 BT2.0 is the way to go.
    You'd be limited to very few devices if this were actually a good point. Most A2DP hardware seems to be BT 1.2 - the manufacturers won't use 2.0 unless they actually require it's functionality for something. Judge the headset on it's own merits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx2k View Post
    Just saw this on engadget this morning:
    http://www.i-luv.com/iLuv/product_in...36eb44bced31f3

    Looks like it's available now, and for only $89.95. I've been looking for a fully wireless headset...If this works well with the newer treos, it might be time to upgrade the 650!
    These look similar to a pair of Koss wired headphones I used to use before I switched to a set of bluetooth Plantronics 590As. I found that the earclips were very practical and comfortable, and wished that a similar setup could be made for bluetooth. I switched to bluetooth because I didn't like the long wire, which tended to get caught on things. The Plantronics don't look as good as Koss phonews. The sound on the wired Koss phones was better, but not by a whole lot. If you try these new clipons, give us all a review.

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