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Topic # 4982 15-Sep-2005 10:56
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Hey Guys,

I am looking for a nice BT headset (i.e. small, light and comfy) that supports being peered to atleast 2 devices and can recive calls from both.

So far i have looked at the GN 6210 which looks pretty good.

Any ideas? i don't care about price or brand.


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Reply # 20110 15-Sep-2005 11:01
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If the headset doesn't need to be paired to a landline, have a look at the latest Blue Ant X3. It can pair with up to three devices. Blue Ant is based in Australia and they have some cool Bluetooth gear available (I am using the SuperTooth II, which is a Bluetooth speakerphone).

Also the Bluetake BT400 G5 but I am not sure it is available here in New Zealand.







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  Reply # 20111 15-Sep-2005 11:09
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The BlueAnt does look very cool. what is the audio like for the other party i.e wind noise etc?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 20112 15-Sep-2005 11:12
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I don't know about this on the new mini headset - I got their press release and a CD on the mail with pictures. But the SuperTooth II is very good - I think you remember I used it in my car when coming to the Geekzone Party Wellington from the airport?







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  Reply # 20113 15-Sep-2005 11:14
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Yes it was fantastic. Be interesting to see how the X3 performs. Looks like they don't have a NZ distributor yet. will flick them an email as it does look very cool :-)

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Reply # 20115 15-Sep-2005 11:16
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Contact Taisen Maddern ([first name]@blueant.com.au), and tell him you find it through Geekzone.




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