|Fri Nov 12, 2004 - 12:20 AM EST - By James Hromadka|
Once you experience wireless, cables become passe. Do you remember your first cordless phone? When i was young, my parents had a regular phone with a cable that stretched about 15 feet, and I stretched it to the limit as I walked about the kitchen. When they got a cordless phone, I walked everywhere around the house while on the phone.
As time went on, I left the house with a cell phone. The first cellphones were big and clunky though, and this really gets to you when having long conversations. Now cell phones are small enough to use everywhere and for however long you want, but people that use them while driving get distracted -- so distracted that cell phones are involved in 10% of auto deaths each year.
With that in mind, many cities now ban using a handset while driving, so headsets have become popular. The Treo 650 will have built-in Bluetooth wireless capabilities, but for Treo 600 users, a headset with a cable was the only thing available. Now Bluetrek has given Treo 600 users Bluetooth connectivity with the G2 headset with the BT07 Bluetooth dongle.
In the Box
The G2 comes in an attractive box that prominantly displays the headset and has details on all its features. Inside the box, there's the G2, a carrying case, a Bluetooth dongle with a short detachable cable, and an AC adapter.
Here are the detailed specifications from the manufacturer:
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