One of the major restrictions to the Bluetooth standard is that the connection is typically on a 1-to-1 basis. Such is not the case with Sennheiser BW900 Bluetooth headset. Recently approved by the FCC and announced by Sennheiser, the BW900 can actually pair itself with several components at the same time. What this means is that you can use a single headset for your office telephone system, your Skype-connected laptop, and your cell phone all at the same time.
And that’s not the end of it. The ultra-compact and lightweight headset features a very comfortable spiral form factor the tiny microphone “boomlet” is flexible so that you can adjust it for the best possible position. Sennheiser’s Adaptive Intelligence technology also compensates for ambient noise so that your conversations stay crystal clear on both ends.
Boasting a 100m range, a battery hot-swap capability (change batteries without dropping the connection), and easy-to-access volume buttons, the Sennheiser BW900 is available now for a very hefty $389.95. At least you get a cool docking station to go with it.