But What About the Sunburn on My Ear?

Tue, 11/13/2007 - 8:50am

Iqua solar Bluetooth headsetProductive Product: Not everyone can live in a solar-powered European city or build a solar-powered cubist house, but Iqua Ltd.'s solar Bluetooth headset will soon be available to all, the Register reports. Will it work when the skies are cloudy or dark? Will it have comparable sound quality and between-charges life to standard headsets? Will it cause any sunburn on your ear? According to the specifications page, what you get is: weight - 14 grams, talktime - 12 hours, standby time - infinite when it's sunny outside! It also uses Bluetooth 2.0 and has an operating distance of 10 meters. Please comment below the advertisement. (Note: external links open in new windows.)


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