Handless Headsets for the Mobile Phone There is nothing more odd than seeing someone walking down the street having a full and complete conversation with themselves. At first glance they are seen as crazy or schizophrenic. Upon closer examination we see they are just on their mobile phone attached to a headset. While the introduction of the headset to the mobile phone user has made multi tasking even easier, you still cant help but take a second look when you see someone in a fully animated conversation with what appears to be themselves. Arms flailing, voice raised and lost in their own world. The one good thing that the introduction of the mobile phone headset has accomplished is that drivers are slightly less distracted when on their phones. Of course, this is only slightly because a lot of the distraction still comes from things like dialing the phone, answering the phone, or even finding the phone when it is ringing. The new version of the mobile phone headset is wireless. It attaches to your ear and makes it so you can answer your phone with just a push of the button on the headset. Sounds like something right out of a sci-fi movie. But what next? Many people think the next trend in wireless headsets will be to have a microchip implanted in your head that acts as the headset. This seems to be taking things a little too far. But just how far will we go for science? How will we be able to tell the people who need professional psychiatric help from those who just spend all their time on their implanted mobile phones?
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