10 cool new mobile gadgets

Some of these 10 intriguing mobile gizmos, including a connected GPS unit, external iPhone speakers, a Bluetooth headset, and a gadget charger, are fairly mainstream. The others, well, not so much.

Savi Go

Plantronics' Savi Go gives you one headset to rule them all. Plug the Savi's Bluetooth dongle into your USB port, and you can use it with virtually any PC-based softphone, including Skype, Google Talk, or Microsoft Office Communicator. Then pair it with your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone and switch between the two with a touch of a button--no more scrambling to swap headsets when the other one jingles. You can roam up to 200 feet from your desk without dropping a call, and you can enjoy stereo sound via the Savi's support for A2DP. That's what we call a true Lord of the Rings.
Price: $200
Company: Plantronics
Availability: Summer 2009

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