Nokia says we should all be playing music on our phones, but some of us like having a separate music player. But it's a problem is when a call comes in and we're left frantically trying to pause the player and pull out the phone before the caller rings off. Assuming, with earphones in, we've heard the mobile ringing in the first …
Compatibility with older iPods
This product does indeed sound excellent. Is there any information about its compatibility with previous generations of iPods, though?
(BTW, the link contained in the article points to what I presume is an older version of the Blueye.)
Website under construction
I think their site's not done yet. Like you say, it looks like an older version of the product. That was never released, and the new-design Blueye isn't either. Hopefully, they'll fix by October. £35 is a *lot* cheaper than the Jabra equivalent.
Where do you speak into?
Do you use your phone as normal - having to take your earpiece out of your ear to hear the call, and then scrabble around to find your phone as per usual; or does one use the gadget as a handsfree thingie also?
If it is the former, it seems pretty pointless, if it is the latter, seems pretty awesome.
Diva Gem does this
I've been using the Diva Gem for years, which is a bluetooth headset/MP3 player with an SDRAM slot. Works perfectly. Rechargable. Small. Indestructible (by me, so far). Cheapish (about £80). Recommended.
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