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Most states are passing legislation that ban drivers from using handheld cellular devices while driving. Don't get caught red handed with a phone in your hand while driving. Use a Bluetooth headset while driving to avoid getting ticketed and fined for breaking the law. Even if your state has not yet banned using handheld cell phones while driving, the safe thing to do is to use a Bluetooth headset. You can find Bluetooth headsets in a wide range of styles, and there are many different models so that anyone can find a headset to match his or her budget.

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either use voic comand on your phone or have a bluetooth headset

Verizon Bluetooth headsets are earpieces that allow you to talk on your cell phone hands-free. It is especially important to purchase a Verizon Bluetooth headset if you plan to use your cell phone while driving. Using a Bluetooth device is safer than talking on a cell phone when driving because it allows you to keep both hands on the wheel. Also, many states have passed laws prohibiting cell phone use while driving unless using a Bluetooth device. The fines for using a cell phone while driving can be astronomical, so a Bluetooth device is a worthwhile investment for drivers.

I am not use why your Bluedio R Bluetooth headset will not work while gaming. You will have to tell me what it is saying or doing when trying to get it to work.

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Why would you think you can. The headset uses Bluetooth and your PC does not have it. I don't think you could use it even with an adapter because it was designed for the PS3 and not just a general multi purpose type Bluetooth headset also sold by Sony I would think so cause i can use my Sony Bluetooth headset with my phone...wich is not a Sony product.

Your not clear on your question. A Bluetooth controller is used and called the Dual Shock 3. You can also use a Bluetooth Headset with Call of Duty Black Ops or a USB type headset

I know for sure that in California, it has to be HANDS-FREE. So if you have a Bluetooth or a headset, you're okay, but I'm not entirely sure about other states.

no PS2 does not have Bluetooth

I heard that you couldn't but they are coming out with a bluetooth for the xbox 360 so an adapter plugs into the headset part of your controller and it comes with a bluetooth headset.

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If you have a cell phone and like to talk while you're on the go, then a cell phone headset is a very real necessity for your phone. Especially when you consider how many states have begun to crack down on cell phone use while driving, you really need a cell phone headset if you plan on legally talking on your phone while you're driving. A cell phone headset can be very cheap or astronomically expensive, depending on which model you need. If you plan on using the headset for work, consider using a bluetooth headset that won't have a wire dangling in your way.

Ive tried it too nothing works, but it would be nice to watch netflix with bluetooth headset so it won't bother others...

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Yes, Because usually the 3GS got more upgraded system that will allow you to use any Bluetooth Headset.

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If the ps3 headset is bluetooth technology no, if it connects via usb yes.

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its able to switch from wireless to blutooth with the flick of a switch but cant use them both at once

Yes you can i don't have the official ps3 headset,and my one works like a charm

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