If you're looking for tiny stereo Bluetooth headphones--and you’re willing to pay the price for them--this ultradainty pair is just the ticket.
Consider Motorola’s S9-HD bundle if you need a Bluetooth adapter for your iPod. Your tunes will sound great, too.
If you rely on free video calls for work and for fun, and you need video-specific tools, such as three-way calling, consider ooVoo.
The latest version of Skype delivers enhanced sound and better video quality, but you may not dig its new interface.
Wearing the Jabra BT530 with or without the earhook provides a secure fit, but its audio quality isn't consistent.
Motorola's compact Motopure H15 Bluetooth headset has a flip microphone, ignores background noise, and responds reliably to voice-activated dialing.
Aliph's Jawbone offers dependable audio quality, the ability to eliminate background noise, and a good fit. The comfy Plantronics Discovery 925 has a no-hook headset, and its calls are clear most of the time.
Though the voice-control interface of the BlueAnt V1 is limited, this Bluetooth headset offers mostly solid call quality.
The tiny and lightweight Nokia BH-804 Bluetooth headset offers a sturdy fit, but its call quality regularly took a hit well within range.
Earhook die-hards will like the Motorola H780's sturdy fit and comfort level, but expect the call quality of this Bluetooth headset to fluctuate.
Though reasonably priced, this Samsung headset delivers mediocre audio quality, and the lack of extra earbuds and hooks limits its appeal.
A slightly more affordable headset in the Plantronics family, the Voyager 835 includes a car charger, but has inconsistent audio quality.
The LG HBM-760 is a basic and inexpensive headset with good audio quality.