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But first up is the Pulsar 260, a pair of stereo in-ear phones that connect and stream music wirelessly to your A2DP-compatible phone. A remote control is built-in and it costs around £50.

The Explorer 340 is a budget headset model with 10 hours' talktime and 240 hours of standby juice that weighs only 17g. It also has a flashing battery status update, can be worn in either ear and is reasonably priced at £30.

The Voyager 510 is nothing new but you can get a VoIP (calls over an internet connection) version with a self-contained Bluetooth dongle that connects to your PC or laptop with the required software embedded. It also comes with a charging bay, can simultaneously connect to multiple devices and costs £80.

Lastly, the Discovery 655, the follow-up to the 640, is more angled and sleek in design but has improved DSP (Digital Signal Processing) software that suppresses background noise for clearer conversations in noisy environments. It boasts 3.5 hours of talktime but increases to 10 hours with an extra AAA battery. It also comes with over-the-ear hooks if you don't like the in-ear design. The headset costs £70.
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