Free your hands with Bluetooth headsets
As more and more people are using cell phones, PDAs, GPS and mp3 players, most states and provinces have introduced driving laws that prohibit drivers from using handheld devices while on the road. While this is a positive step towards ensuring a safer roadway, it takes away from the convenience of using a cell phone wherever you are and whenever you need to. Bluetooth devices, such as Bluetooth headsets and Bluetooth cell phones, bring together safe driving and convenient communication by allowing you to talk hands-free.
A Bluetooth mobile headset allows you operate your cell phone handset without ever touching a key, or looking away from the road. With an easy, wireless connection, you can dial numbers, receive calls and even hear and respond to text messages using voice recognition software.
The great thing about the Bluetooth headset is its compatibility options. Most Bluetooth devices are completely compatible with any cell phone, GPS or PDA with Bluetooth capabilities. That means that whether you're looking for a Samsung Bluetooth headset or a Sony Ericsson Bluetooth headset, you will generally be paying a similar price and be able to choose from similar options. Some great Bluetooth devices include headsets, speakers, radios, rear-view mirror mounts, copiers and scanners.
What is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth is short-range wireless communication between devices. The technology behind Bluetooth is what allows the devices to communicate with a variety of other devices, as long as each is Bluetooth enabled. Although any connections have to be made in close proximity, Bluetooth devices make it convenient to share information, interact with other Bluetooth users, and communicate. Each device can connect with up to seven other devices at once, making group communication easier.
Bluetooth provides a secure wireless network, so you can be sure that whether you're sharing contact information, copying files or having a conversation, you're protected from outside interference and your communications remain private. The devices also don't use a lot of power, so you can be assured that your headset battery will last all the way through your conversation and you won't be draining your cell phone battery with the connection.