With more and more services catering to the growing market demand of users who want Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), we are starting to see many new wireless devices that are being marketed for this use. Established companies, who have been in the headset game for quite some time, are tweaking their current products for users who want to kill two birds with one stone: A headset they can use for VoIP as well as normal telephony uses.
Today, we look at a Plantronics product packaged and marketed with this exact purpose in mind. Based on Plantronics’ well-established Bluetooth mobile headset Voyager 510, the Plantronics .Audio 910 Bluetooth Headset System comes with the headset and USB Bluetooth Adapter (BUA-100) for the multi-use user. Plantronics claims that this is one of the best solutions for those that want to seamlessly switch between internet calling and their mobile phone. For a MSRP of $150, the consumers looking at purchasing this system are expecting a robust headset system that integrates well with their existing Bluetooth devices and computer system. Plantronics includes their PerSonoCall software that provides this bridge between the Voyager 510 headset and the computer.