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Brando outs retro Bluetooth headset

Banana also available...

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

Skinny Bluetooth headsets that conduct sound through your jawbone are sad, admit it. For some proper office credibility get yourself a retro Bluetooth headset.

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Brando's retro Bluetooth headset - cool?

Available in two styles – ye olde telephone receiver of yesteryear or... er... a banana – online retailer Brando’s retro Bluetooth headset boasts a standby time of up to 160 hours and talk time of six hours.

While unpeeling is optional, both designs can be recharged through a USB connection and feature buttons for volume adjustment.

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Recharge over USB

Both the receiver and banana also have an integrated blue power-on LED – now there’s a sentence we never thought we would write.

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Making calls over Bluetooth suddenly seems quite a-peeling

Brando’s retro Bluetooth headset is available online now, priced at $22 (£13/€15). ®

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