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Since I haven’t jumped to a VoIP line just yet, I’ve been on the lookout for a Bluetooth landline headset for a while now. Audex appears to have one, so perhaps I can stop using my Xbox Live headset with my cordless handset; it works but […]

Audex_1Since I haven’t jumped to a VoIP line just yet, I’ve been on the lookout for a Bluetooth landline headset for a while now. Audex appears to have one, so perhaps I can stop using my Xbox Live headset with my cordless handset; it works but just looks silly and I keep wanting to play video games during my phone calls for some reason. There isn’t much info available on this entry from Audex, but it appears to connect directly to a landline extension for the most wireless freedom you can have while still being wired. You won’t be dialing out with this headset; it looks to be strictly a basic handset replacement.

(via Engadget)

-kct

  1. I’ve been doing this for the better part of the past year – ever since my employer started letting me work from home 3 days a week. Just go to your local office tech store, get a decent business-class desk-set (usually, the multi-line ones, I’m currently using an AT&T) with a headset jack. Then, simply slap a Jabra A210 on it … and volia! Simple bluetooth for your home landline … on my busy days, I do about 6 hours worth of conference calls on this setup – and no one can tell I’m on my bluetooth headset.

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