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  • transmission by radio waves
  • radio: medium for communication
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
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  • Universal serial bus, a connection technology for attaching peripheral devices to a computer, providing fast data exchange
  • Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a specification to establish communication between devices and a host controller (usually personal computers), developed and invented by Ajay Bhatt while working for Intel. USB is intended to replace many varieties of serial and parallel ports.
  • Stands for Universal Serial Bus. Is a method of connecting devices to a computer. Most smartphones now use microUSB cables to charge and sync.
  • The Universal Serial Bus is probably going to replace the┬áserial and parallel interfaces. USB enables the effortless connection of peripheral devices without the need to install cards into the computer or reconfigure parts of the operating system.

Microsoft sells this ZX-6000 wireless headset. Attractive on paper, it's actually a worthless piece of junk. It's still a current item in many stores. I bought it thinking it would make a good travel headset for Skype. It's small, light, and wireless. Although it works, technically, it's junk. The stupidly long USB cord I can just understand. Some users might want to put the "receiver" handier than at the USB port of the PC. But it just gets in the way, and the box isn't heavy enough to stay put anyway. The earpiece itself is light, but really clumsy to get on and off: you want to just leave it on, but it's annoying and uncomfortable after a while. It is ambidextrous and they do supply a replacement silicone back-of-the-ear loop though, and it's easy to replace. But did I mention it's uncomfortable? The charger. Why? This thing could easily charge from USB. Why a separate charger? Dumb. But the total showstopper is that is just sounds AWFUL. It's a good thing you can't get it loud enough to hear in anything louder than a quiet office -- the sound quality would drive you even more nuts. It's so completely useless I decided to void the warranty with some destructive exploration, just for fun...
The Motorola S9 Bluetooth Headset - Minireview
The Motorola S9 Bluetooth Headset - Minireview
I'm on a never ending quest for the perfect Bluetooth headset and the Motorola S9 is my latest attempt. I want one that has no wires (you'd be surprised how many Bluetooth headsets have wires) and can switch between two sources quickly and automatically, specifically my iPhone and my add-on Bluetooth dongle for the iPhone for music streaming. Upshot on the S9: - Great battery life, 5 hours or more - Very sturdy feel - Loud, clear sound on calls and music - USB port charging, no extra charger to carry - Workable auto-switching - Wrap around style makes leaning head back slightly uncomfortable - Did not work well with my MacBook So far this is the closest I've come to a one-stop, all purpose BT headset. Minor imperfections only such as bump in back making it hard to relax with prevents it from getting a 10 out of 10. Score: 9 out of 10

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