Skype gives you the option to wander with the Freetalk wireless stereo headset

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Yes, you might look like you work in a call centre – but if you want to speak to your net buddies via Skype at the same time as tidying up the room or making a cup of tea, the Freetalk wireless stereo headset does make sense.

It’s an exclusive to the Skype shop, allowing you to talk and listen up to a range of 20m away from your PC, all the time in ‘CD audio quality’. That’s down to a new type of wireless technology by AvneraAudio that eliminates interference from the connection. And of course, if you are not Skyping, you can use it to wirelessly listen to your music or audio from a DVD.

It retails for £49.99, with a Skype voucher for up to two hours of SkypeOut calls thrown in.

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Dave Walker

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  • I bought this and used it for a week, now returning it. For listening to music and receiving a wideband Skype call, it sounds great, however, the microphone quality is not good at all. Once they update the microphone and circuitry, this is the perfect Skype headset.

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