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    MoGo Talk for iPhone Blue tooth Headset

    MoGoTalk for iPhone Blue tooth Headsetthe first-of-its-kind Bluetooth headset stays with you, stays charged, and does away with the days of misplacing those little Bluetooth headsets that you pay a fortune for.

    Makers of the Bluetooth-enabled mouse and a headset that charges on a laptop, Newton Peripherals is releasing the MoGo Talk for iPhone – an super-thin Bluetooth headset that can conveniently be stored and charged on the back of an iPhone. This small unit is a mere 5mm thin and weighs around 9g, making it the smallest of its kind for the iPhone 3G and 3GS.

    A protective case slides over an iPhone in which the headset can then dock into, folding flat, secure and out of the way. The headset’s charging port is integrated into the case, enabling it to be charged along with the iPhone, conveniently ensuring ample power. A single charge offers up to one week in standby or up to four hours of talk time, with a range of up to 33ft.

    Aiming to eliminate noise and wind interference, the MoGo headset uses Newton Peripheral’s SoundShape noise blocking and SmartAudio processing. The MoGo Talk for iPhone Bluetooth Headset is retailing for USD$129.99 at the apple store. (

    David Novak
    David Novak
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