Looks like Nextlink is set to introduce the Bluespoon Spider at CES this week, a Bluetooth stereo headset designed with both music and cellphone use in mind, not to mention VoIP apps. The foldable headphones have a built-in microphone and a one-button "joystick control" for operation in use with A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile -- aka stereo Bluetooth audio) and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile, which does pretty much you think it does). Talk time and streaming music time haven't been announced yet, but the device features direct charging from the USB port and an operating range of up to 300 feet, Bluetooth reception pending, of course. No word on price either, but we'll be sure to figure out from NextLink what's up at CES this week.

[Thanks, Oskar]

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