Iqua Solar-powered Bluetooth headset

Next Story

Google spending cash on 700MHz spectrum for sure, says WSJ

BHS-603_SUN_Bluetoot

I have three small Bluetooth headsets sitting in my desk, all out of batteries. One is rechargeable, two take AAA cells. I’m too lazy to find the power cord for the one and buy batteries for the other two. Pathetic? Yes. Still, I want to buy a fourth Bluetooth headset. One I could keep on the dashboard of my non-existent car and never have to worry about recharging.

The BHS-602 from Iqua weighs 14 grams (which I’m assuming is light) and fits right into your ear. No stupid ear hooks. It’s good for 9 hours of talk time in complete darkness and up to 200 hours standby time.

It costs £49.99 (just over $100) from UK’s Orange shop. Hopefully coming soon the US.

Iqua BHS-603 SUN Bluetooth Headset [Orange] via Textually.org

blog comments powered by Disqus