Official PS3 Bluetooth Headset Review

In this video, I review the Official PS3 Bluetooth Headset. It is available for $49.99 MSRP but was available for $59.99 with a SOCOM Confrontation bundle (n...

Plantronics P90

The Plantronics P90 is a bluetooth headset specifically designed for gaming consoles such as the Playstation3 - that said, it can also be used with phones and other bluetooth enabled accessories. Last week I reviewed my previous bluetooth headset - the cheap and cheerful TalkNano Pro which, although competitively priced, is somewhat lacking in terms of its build and sound...


Questions & answers

Gothica Gothica says:
Playstation3 bluetooth?
is it possible to connect a blue tooth from a cellphone to your ps3 you play like modern warfare and stuff and use the blue tooth to talk to people like the wireless headset?
Damion says:
yea but you dont get the speical features that you would get with the ps3 head set ya know when you update your ps3 an sit but it still works

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