Skype intros its official FREETALK Everyman Headset

FREETALK-Everyman-HeadsetIts seems that Skype’s engineers have been working with their friends at Freetalk over the last few months, to produce the FREETALK Everyman Headset, a specially designed for Skype calls headset

“It’s now ready for public consumption – a plug-and-play super-wideband audio headset which gives you great quality Skype calls. It’s lightweight and folds flat so you can throw it in your bag with your laptop.”

Skype FREETALK Everyman Headset

The headset connects to your computer via USB, and fortunately the USB jack is quite small — you shouldn’t have a problem plugging into a Mac or other computer where your USB ports are close together. In addition to the USB connection, the headset also has a regular 3.5 mm headphone jack, giving you extra flexibility to use the headset with your MP3 player or other device when you’re away from your computer. I think this is great–I’ve definitely had times where I’ve had a USB headset with me and have wished I could use it without a computer.

Skype FREETALK Everyman Headset

The Everyman is available in the Skype Shop for £18.51 in the UK, €19,88 in continental Europe and $22.88 in the US.

Source: Skype

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