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Pros And Cons of a Bluetooth Headset

Wow. The new earpiece is magnificent. I mean it is just so gorgeous so sophisticated. I pity people who grew up without the radio earpiece.

If you are using a Bluetooth headset, you might be interested in knowing about the pros and cons of a Bluetooth wireless headset.

The advantages of Bluetooth wireless headsets far outweigh its disadvantages. First take a look at its benefits, then you will get to know its disadvantages.
Pros of Bluetooth Headsets
A Bluetooth headset enhances the convenience of communication. The main benefits of a Bluetooth wireless headset are:

A wireless headset doesn’t rely on wires and cords to get connected with other devices. Due to the absence of wires, you can move around easily while using your Bluetooth headset. This feature makes these headsets a safe option for users.
A wireless headset can be used with a variety of devices that already have built-in Bluetooth technology. You don’t have to use any type of adapters or wires to pair your Bluetooth headset with other devices. But, you will have to tweak some settings to connect your headset to these devices.

These devices include laptop, mobile phone, iPad, and computer etc.
Another good thing about these headsets is that you can buy a good headset at affordable rates.
With a Bluetooth headset you can drive your car without worrying about missing your important calls. You can put your headset on hands-free mode while driving which makes it easier for you to operate incoming calls without any trouble.

Another great benefit of these headsets is that they are capable of detecting even the low power signals. They don’t require high energy for connection due to which they consume less battery than other devices. This feature eliminates the need of charging your phone and headset over and over again.

Cons of Bluetooth Headsets
There are some cons of Bluetooth wireless headsets that include:

Most of the high-end Bluetooth wireless headsets are expensive and out of the reach of an average buyer.
These headsets contain lower timber that makes these headsets the second choice for music lovers.
Most of the headsets are available as mono output that is not an ideal option for those users that have some kind of hearing problem.
There is no doubt about the fact that the advantages of Bluetooth wireless headset are more than its disadvantages. These disadvantages are forgivable because a Bluetooth headset offers great convenience. You can use it with any Bluetooth-enabled device without any problem.

In short, you can find out more about the pros and cons of a Bluetooth headset by using it.

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The robotics race has started and google have a big steake

headset. earphonesWithout giving too much about this technological advancement piece, but I thought it exciting and significant to what I’m currently doing.

Google has officially announced that it has acquired seven robotics companies in the last six months, with the ultimate aim of creating a Google robot.

As far-fetched as it might sound, the firm’s takeover of companies like ‘Bot & Dolly’, ‘Industrial Perception’, ‘Autofuss’ and ‘Redwood Robotics’ is a clear sign that Google has big plans in this area.

Andy Rubin, who (perhaps ironically) oversaw the development of the Android operating system, is in charge of the project. He has stated that Google has a “10-year vision” for its robotics interests.

“We’re building hardware, we’re building software. We’re building systems; so one team will be able to understand the whole stack”.

However, despite rumours to the contrary, Google has explicitly stated that it does not plan to create any kind of robot for consumer purchase, leading some to speculate that the resulting Google product will be used to handle deliveries, thus going head-to-head with Amazon’s proposed Prime Air Project (which would use unmanned drones to deliver goods to customers by air).

The company itself has remained cagey regarding details. The official word so far is that “Any description of what Andy and his team might actually create are speculations of the author and the people he interviewed”

That’s what we get for asking nicely.

The project will operate between offices in Palo Alto, California and Japan.

The companies taken over by Google specialize in an esoteric mixture of robotics-based sciences. For example, Japanese acquisition ‘Schaft’, taken over earlier this year, specialize in the creation and operation of humanoid robots, while American company ‘Holomni’ work mainly with caster wheel modules that can accelerate a vehicle’s motion in any direction.

At this point in time, despite lots of media interest, just what Google plan to do in the field of robotics is anybody’s guess, however it should be noted that the science of robotics has come along in great leaps over the past several decades. Perhaps it is time for a Google Android in every home?

During a recent interview with the New York Times, Mr. Rubin described robotics as “A green field” and it will certainly be interesting to see what grows from this.

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