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Nokia HS-12W Bluetooth Wireless Headset - Unlike any other
The Nokia HS-12W also has built in stereo FM RDS radio with automatic channel search and of course the fully informative display shows music tracks and channel search. The unit clips comfortably on one hear on the side of your head. That’s right; you can wear your sunglasses at the same time, no problem.
The Nokia HS-12W is the latest Bluetooth headset from Nokia that offers clear calls and a comfortable wear. The origins of the phrase "Bluetooth" is rooted in the development of communications and electronics from the very beginning. One story has it that before Thomas Edison invented the light bulb he had one problem and that was that he hadn't invented the light socket or the light switch yet. So the day before he set out to invent the light bulb he invented the light switch and the light socket. After he completed them both, on the afternoon of that day, they needed to be tested. So he stuck his tongue in the light socket and asked his faithful assistant to throw switch. After the smoke cleared, he was left with singed eyebrows, a blistered tongue and you guessed it, a Bluetooth. I don't know if it's true or not but it sounds believable to me. There is another story involving some guy named Ben Franklin and a key on a kite string but that story sounds a little phony. For you and me though the name Bluetooth is synonymous with the latest technology in communications on the market today. Bluetooth has taken wireless communications not just to the next level but right into the space age itself. A headset used to mean a bulky, microphone system that was worn over the head and had basically one function, listening. Any microphone for talking was always stuck out in front of the mouth and that was it. You talked with your mouth so there was simply nowhere else to put a microphone. Well surprise, surprise. A microphone in the ear doesn't pick up any of the ambient noise that has always bedeviled anyone talking on the phone. When you speak, your voice travels out your mouth but it also travels through your nose and your ear as well. They are all connected, and the Nokia HS-12W takes advantage of these connections. Some guy figured that out and he didn't have to stick his tongue in a light socket. Bluetooth wireless headphones are also loaded with so many other state of the art developments. They are ultra light weight and feel pretty much like a pair of sun glasses when worn. It operates on ultra low voltage which means one thing to the user, longer lasting battery recharges. Have you ever had your cell phone run out of power right in the middle of a phone call? I never have either. Those things always happen to other people. Bluetooth has other features as well. Suppose your driving down the road using your totally hands free Bluetooth wireless headset, listening to music and your phone rings. Another missed call? Nope! Bluetooth wireless headsets immediately switch from stereo music to incoming calls and still with no hands. The Nokia HS-12W features a whole car load of functions. Stereo music streamed wirelessly from compatible phone using Bluetooth technology. Finding a phone with Bluetooth technology is as easy as stepping up to the counter at your local cell phone dealer and by the way, you very well likely already have it in the phone you are using right now. It also has control buttons for MP3 player and FM radio. Listen though, because that is just the start. All the standard phone functions like caller ID and phone number and missed calls are also featured in this unit. The Nokia HS-12W also has built in stereo FM RDS radio with automatic channel search and of course the fully informative display shows music tracks and channel search. The unit clips comfortably on one hear on the side of your head. That's right; you can wear your sunglasses at the same time, no problem. All things considered, the Nokia HS-12 unit is quite simply, the end of the road in state of the art wireless personal and business communications systems. There is nothing more advanced on this planet.