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(for: Bluetooth Headsets: What Not to Wear)
1 | Posted by: Francesc (Guest) | ~ 1 year, 9 months ago |

It happened the same with mobile phones or PDAs, it’s just a question of time it will be an usual situation.

2 | Posted by: DarkBlue (Registered User) | ~ 1 year, 9 months ago |

These things would be better if they were of an in-ear design. But then you’d have to consider the possible risks of having a radio transmitter inside your ear.

3 | Posted by: L.J. (Guest) | ~ 1 month ago |

This sounds like the same type of person that would ridicule a deaf or blind person wearing the prototype sonar device, currently in work, to aid them in functioning better in life. Hello!!!, McFly, its a T.E.L.E.P.H.O.N.E, hence clothing style, color coordination or a healthy lifestyle would be more of a concern than a removable device. Some people are probably still looking for BETA tapes for their BETA players. By the way, have you seen the ridiculous ear, eyebrow, nose, and lip rings, etc men & women are wearing? At least you can take the bluetooth off. Besides handsfree whether walking or driving is the concern. Colored eyeshadow is stupid also. Purple eyelids??? Give me a break. Make up is for women, real men could care less about cosmetics by Bozo the Clown. Besides, in another couple of years the bluetooth will be practically invisible. From Phonographs to IPODs. Cabinet TVs to wall mounted flat screens. Gotta start somewhere with new technology. AND YES, I DO HAVE A BLUETOOTH, because the laws will change to handsfree driving or risk a moving violation citation.

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