Plantronics announced a few nifty little bluetooth headsets a few days back, and here's all that we know about them. Firstly, the Explorer 330. Pitched at mid-market customers, and rumoured to cost between £49 - £60, the 330 sports an impress battery life. With 8 hours talk-time and over 250 hours stand-by time, the model offers style and value for money.
At the high end of the market, weighing in at 9 grams, the Discovery 665 has a built-in DSP chip to bring the user "crystal clear sound quality" claimed Plantronics in a statement. The battery built in can last for 3 and a half hours talk time and 80 hours stand-by time.
Overall, a good lineup of headsets, both scheduled for release sometime in Autumn.