You’re not using the crummy keyboard that came with your PC, are you? Are you? We hand-tested these wireless models to find better options for your daily driver.
We tested six premium-priced Bluetooth headsets, expecting to get the cream of the phone-accessory crop. We instead found a wide range of quality, comfort, and add-ons.
Thanks to the ubiquity of Bluetooth, we're spoiled by an abundance of headsets and car speakerphones. Use our buying guide to learn about the different types, know what to look for when shopping, and get specific recommendations.
Keep your calls and your hands free and clear—even in the car—with these ten Bluetooth devices.
The big buttons on the Supertooth HD Voice make it super easy to use in the car. Also helpful? The background noise reduction.
The BlueAnt Commute's call quality was great. It's control buttons? Not so much.
While we were thrilled with the clear and consistent call quality, the HM3300 suffers some in the features department.
Jabra's Journey Bluetooth speakerphone is easy to control by feel alone.
This high-end Bluetooth headset excels at handling mobile calls and delivering first-rate call quality.
Plantronics M55 is a great budget-level Bluetooth that doesn't skimp on call quality.
A great entry-level Bluetooth with basic features - including solar charging.
The Roadster 2 is a Bluetooth car kit that has it's own mobile app
An affordable, if basic, Bluetooth car kit for hands-free conversations.
This super comfortable set of Bluetooth headphones delivers great call quality, if not a consistent connection.
We test the best Bluetooth products to pair with your phone, tablet, or media player--some of which come with nifty tools.
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