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Progressive Sales Canada Inc. has announced that it has been appointed a Canadian distributor of the Bluetrek line of Bluetooth devices.
Bluetrek, distributed in Canada by Omega Electronics, has added five new Bluetooth wireless headset models to its line. The modern-named Skin, Tattoo, M2, ST1, and Mini all come fully charged out of the box, and range in price from $49.99 to $119.99.
Bluetrek's new Crescendo Bluetooth headset can accept a number of voice commands, allowing wearers to make and receive phone calls without ever depressing a button. It is also deemed the first in the world to come with the Bing411 call-out function.
Omega Electronics Inc. has announced the appointment of Simon Wong to the position of Vice President of Sales.
This aptly-named headset looks like a miniature Unidentified Flying Object, finished in black with three silver function buttons around its perimeter, and a speaker that sits atop your ear rather than fitting inside it. This makes it less secure than the others, but still fairly comfortable to wear. It comes with several removable ear hooks of varying thickness. I found the largest and thickest plastic hook fit best: even though it required adjusting around my eyeglass frames, the others weren't secure enough. The button on the top controls on/off and answering calls; while the two side buttons are for preprogramming your most frequently called numbers (more on this below). Volume controls are on the left and right sides, while the LED light protrudes from the bottom.