Wireless headsets are something we tend to associate with the successful business man or woman who is constantly rushed off of their feet. In many ways they have become synonymous with business and with being too busy not to multitask and in many ways this has left them with something of a bad reputation.
In actual fact however, headsets are useful for much more than just working in the office or being unsociable on the train and they can help to boost your productivity and your enjoyment in a number of important ways. Here we will look at what some of those are, and why you should look at getting a wireless headset even if you aren’t a big worker in the city.
The business man or woman might use the headset to contact clients and co-workers, but they can also be used just as easily to contact those closest to us. If you feel like it’s been ages since you’ve spoken to your closest friends because you’re always rushed off of your feet, then you need to find a way to tie your communicating in with your other activities so that you can do more than one thing at a time. Using a headset you can chat to your friends for a catch-up while you’re walking to the shops with bags, while you’re doing your shopping, or even while you’re riding your bike. Likewise if you’re someone who is always on the phone to friends and lets other areas of your life fall by the wayside such as your fitness, then using a headset you can ride a bike or do a workout at the same time as chatting.
Operating Your Mobile:
At the same time as using a Bluetooth headset for chatting to friends, most mobile phones will now also allow you to control many of the other functions that they provide. For instance this will mean that you can check the results of a game you’re interested in by asking Siri or Google Talk, or it will mean that you can send a text or an e-mail.
At the same time using a Bluetooth headset you will be able to even dictate articles and writing, so if you’re a student or a writer who often finds themselves needing to take notes – or squeeze in that extra bit of work on the walk to campus – then having a headset can make this possible.
As well as microphones, headsets are also headphones which means that you can use them to enjoy music wherever you are. This might be a handy side feature for the professional who wants to be able to listen to music and still be able to hear and take calls easily, but it’s also a must for listening to music completely hands-free if you still want to be able to change tracks etc. For instance if you’re riding a bike, using a headset will allow you to dictate the tracks or the playlist you want and switch tracks as you ride without taking your eyes off the road or hands off the handlebar.