Gadgets For Using Skype on The Go 1. The recently announced (and widely reported) Motorola Talk & Tunes Wireless Internet Calling Kit with stereo, jointly developed by Motorola and Skype, might be a fun choice, especially if you like to listen to music while you work, without missing important calls. Because it uses Bluetooth the kit allows you to roam up to 30 feet away from your laptop, allowing you tether free use of Skype. A valuable feature of the device is that the headset is capable of automatically pausing the music when a call comes, and thus alerting you of an incoming call. I wouldn’t expect anything in the way of high fidelity from this headset as Bluetooth doesn’t seem capable of providing the through-put necessary to allow that to happen. It’s unfortunate that they went for the design they did with the headset – I always found this style to be the least comfortable. Link: Hello Motorola.
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