I RESPECT BLUETOOTH EQUIPMENT that just works by recognising new equipment I bring within range. We have used a set of SonyEricsson earbuds (at left) for over a year with several mobile phones. You can toggle tracks, change volume and handle phone calls with this sweet technology since it connects seamlessly by using the A2DP protocol. Sometimes we keep the Bluetooth phone downstairs while answering phone calls and listening to tracks upstairs. We also like Bluetooth in our car. Our phones connect to the car with a simple button press, allowing us to handle phone calls over the car's stereo speakers. And our laptops can detect my Nokia E90, letting me shift multimedia content back and forth to the phone while it sits somewhere else on a desk. When I first started this blog, I spent weeks trying to get Motorola Bluetooth working with several phones. Seven years later, Bluetooth just works, expanding the usefulness of several devices and reducing the time required to sync, back up or connect to work things.
Recommended: SonyEricsson HBH DS980 earbuds.