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VoIP Service Providers Resource

VoIP Service Providers Resource brings you the latest and greatest information about this new emerging technology.

VoIP Headsets

VoIP headsets come in many varieties. One of the most unglamorous, yet necessary aspects of VoIP using a laptop or PC is choosing which VoIP headset to use. Since there is an over abundance of possibilities in this area, we'll throw out a few models that we know a little something about helping to provide at least a starting point in this area.

We've heard the Logitech 200 bandied about as an adequate starter model for the under $40 price range, but there are also a couple of others from this manufacturer to also consider. The Logitech Internet Chat Headset is a colorful, lightweight model, which comes with a 9-foot USB cable and is useful for voice & video chat, multiplayer gaming, and music listening. The Logitech Extreme PC Gaming Headset is built a little more substantially, offers the same features and offers a ratchet boom that lets you precisely adjust the microphone for optimal positioning. Both of these VoIP headsets come in at about $25 retail.


Sennheiser also offers entry-level, basic VoIP headsets for those wanting an inexpensive, yet fully functional VoIP headset solution. The Sennheiser PC-20 and PC-30 both offer lightweight design, superior acoustics and a pivotal boom.

With the PhoneRanger 2.0 VoIP headset, you can switch easily between service providers such as Skype, Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger and XTen. This headset is also useful for listening to Internet Radio and comes in at about $60 retail.

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SonyEricsson has introduced a couple of Bluetooth VoIP headsets, the 1313 and the HBH-608. The 1313 VoIP headset is a low cost headset / dongle combination that works with a mobile phone or PC Internet connection and VoIP service provider. The HBH-608 has the same features as the 1313 plus it is especially useful for those owning notebooks including Sony's VAIO BX and VAIO Professional notebooks and will allow you to walk away from your computer for up to 10-15 feet without connectivity problems.

If you absolutely need more mobility when you're on your VoIP headset such as in an office setting or roaming around your house, for $299 Plantronics offers their CS50-USB Wireless Office Headset System. This wireless VoIP headset system offers a range of 200-feet without cables to tie you down and superior sound quality.

There are more VoIP headsets coming on the market all the time and we will continue to review the new offerings as time permits.


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