Bluetooth Headsets

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  1. Electric Jaguar

    Electric Jaguar New Member

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    I've been looking at various wireless headsets to use with my computer so I can work from home... the Jawbone seems really nice, but they say that they don't support computers... I don't know anything about Bluetooth... can I get a USB adapter thing and connect a Jawbone to my computer? If not, does anyone have any other recommendations for wireless headsets I can use on my computer?
     
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    Plantronics has a wide selection. I'm hoping to get one for my birthday.
     
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    I thought so too, but it's so bloody convenient when you're on a long phone call with someone, to be able to put on the headset and stick your phone in your pocket.
     
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    OR you could not get one of those rediculously gay bluetooth cellular headsets and get a proper desk-phone one.
     
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    I don't have a landline. What the hell good would a desk phone do me?

    EDIT: Oh, you meant just a headset FOR a desk phone. I don't want that either. See, the whole point of even having a portable phone is that you can put it in your pocket and go somewhere, which an over-the-head headset makes impossible, unless you happen to be an NFL coach.
     
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    Since when does convenience == gay?

    :ugh:
     
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    at work, it's one thing. Don't be the fag driving around, eating fast food, and walking through the mall with one.
     
  10. deusexaethera

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    Maybe you don't realize that driving is when you're SUPPOSED to use a headset. Hell, a bunch of states won't let you use a cellphone in the car WITHOUT one.

    I agree, though, if you're wearing it when it's not in use and when you don't NEED to have it available at a moment's notice, that is gay.
     
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    that's my point. if you're on the phone in the car, that's fine. But driving around with it on and no call is gay. And walking around the mall, even on a call is still gay.
     
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    Dude that headset you linked minus the lifter is exactly what I was looking for potroast! ty so much. Although it's going to be hard to convince my boss to spend $329.99.
     

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