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Plantronics Releases VoIP Optimized Bluetooth Headset

Plantronics Voyager™ 510-USB Bluetooth® Headset SystemPlantronics just announced a new bluetooth VoIP headset for PC based softphone applications.  The kicker?

Voyager 510-USB features multipoint technology to allow users to switch between multiple Bluetooth-enabled devices, including softphones and mobile phones, with the touch of a button.  

I was just discussing this very issue over lunch yesterday.  The fact that my bluetooth headset (a Motorola HS-810) stays homed to just one device is a major shortcoming which the Voyager 510-USB apparently addresses.

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  • Ken Camp May 17, 2006, 11:44 am

    I struggled with this myself. I use a Jabra D800 that can home to up to eight devices. Works fine with Skype and I've used it a bit for that. It doesn't seem work well with anything else, but it's becoming a handy Skype headset because I'm not tethered to a cord and can move around my whole office. A boon to a pacer like me. I think this will be a hot one.

  • Ted August 25, 2009, 8:38 am

    Bluetooth really change the way of modern communication, instead of the tangling wires for gadgets headset accessories today, we use the most efficient way to do it. A protocol that was made to make all devices connect to each other without the worries of compatibility. Well the most important for me is, it makes life easier.

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