Exposing electronics to direct sunlight might not be what the manufacturer ordered, but sometimes there are exceptions to the rule. Case in point, the LG HBM-810 Bluetooth headset that features a solar-powered charging cradle. While the headset itself was specially designed to be lightweight and boasts a couple of microphones, it will also feature noise reduction, echo cancellation, and up to 5 hours of talk time and 150 hours of standby time. Not only that, multipoint connectivity lets you hook it up to two devices simultaneously. T-Mobile stores are currently carrying the LG HBM-810 Bluetooth headset for $99.99. We do hope that the cradle is made up of stern stuff lest it cracks all too easily.
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