Reasons For Purchasing Bluetooth Accessories | The Communication Blog

Friday, March 4, 2011

Reasons For Purchasing Bluetooth Accessories

By Liam David

It seems that every person at these times has a cell phone. If you go to a mall, or a store, or at any public place, you'll see someone talking on his/her cell phone. Even those driving their vehicles are guilty of using their cell phones when they are behind the wheels. We just love to chit chat and most especially we can't let go of our cell phones.

Can you still remember when the first cell phone was launched? I do. I had one for myself, and my friend also had hers. The first phones were cumbersome. We lugged them everywhere, and talked to each other as often as we could, and though I hate to admit it, we did use them a lot while driving, just so we could use the phones! Having those phones at that time made us feel hip! You should see how the cell phones look these days. They have certainly come a long way since that bulky, heavy bag phone, and they do just about everything except windows! Wherever I go, my cell phone goes with me. Especially today, as women, traveling and moving about in the cities, it is a must for safety's sake.

To be able to drive properly and securely, you need two hands to do that. Taking away one hand for your cell phone use is very risky. A research conducted by the University of Utah revealed that people who are on the phone while driving are similar to people who are drunk and driving. It's a disaster that is waiting around the bend. Cell phone usage in the cars are not one of our advocacies. Some of the states have intentions of making a law that forbids handling a cell phone while driving with no exclusions. Driving with a cell phone, yes, you'll still see a lot of those in the days to come but don't be sure that it will last by the time a law will say it's illegal to do so. You have a choice though, a much better choice that is safe. You can be in your car driving with two hands on the steering wheel, you'll just put on a hand's free device on your phone. A California legislator passed a bill stating that phone users are required to use a hands free device when driving a vehicle. On the 1st day of July, 2008, the bill was enacted into a law. The bill prohibits driving and talking on the phone at the same time unless you have a hand's free gadget attached to your cell phone.

My partner works on his computer most of the time and being able to have a Blue Tooth Headset is a great blessing for him. At times, he would have to be on a customer, clicking away in his computer and still able to talk on the phone, even taking him a while to finish. Typing and at the same time handling your phone is not easy when there is no device to assist you on that. Even if it's placed in between the neck and shoulder, the neck will experience cramps. Therefore, I gave him a Blue Tooth Headset, and now it never leaves his side.

Nerves in the neck will be constricted once you put a cell phone in the middle of your neck and shoulders. This results in pain in the arms, hands, neck and shoulders and often causes headaches. Using a hand's free device will eliminate this problem and using a Blue Tooth Headset is comfortable, easy to use, eliminates the need for cords and provides excellent sound quality. Motorola can cater to the needs of people according to their preferences in varied forms and models. It has a clip-on speakerphone that you can put on your visor. In California, you can drive and still talk on the speakerphone with this one. You can forego wearing the wireless headset and you won't be penalized.

When on the road, always follow rules and regulations. Observe safety when driving and bring a hand's free device if talking on the phone can't be avoided.

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