The FCC are at it again, getting their hands down and dirty with the Bluetrek Carbon Bluetooth 3.0 headset. This is slightly different from the other headsets in the market, since it lacks a fat boom mic, but will instead ship with a thin, carbon fiber mic which is a wee bit longer than your standard stirring straw. The device’s earpiece is also very small, leaving just enough space to cram in a microUSB port and an on/off switch. On the outside lies a call answer/end button, while another equally small button is used to make sure the volume level’s just right for your ears. Apart from that, a handy clip is included where it will hug the device’s skinny boom mic. For added stability, just wear an ear hook to the Carbon’s earpiece, although you might feel sillier than normal already. No idea on availability, but with it arriving at the FCC, soon is a good indicator. The Bluetrek Carbon is one of the few Bluetooth 3.0 headsets around, where it will burn a $70 hole in your pocket.
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