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CORDLESS EARPIECE FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICES

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000126167D
Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
Document File: 1 page(s) / 25K

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Abstract

The problem this invention solves is with many mobile communication devices you must plug in your ear piece in order to receive a call, meaning you have to fumble around trying to find the ear piece and attach it in time to get the call or leave the ear piece attached at all times and therefore dangling around your neck

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CORDLESS EARPIECE FOR

MOBILE

COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Disclosed Anonymously

The nature of this invention relates to the handheld usability of mobile communication devices.

The problem this invention solves is with many mobile communication devices you must plug in your ear piece in order to receive a call, meaning you have to fumble around trying to find the ear piece and attach it in time to get the call or leave the ear piece attached at all times and therefore dangling around your neck

The solution is to make an ear piece accessory that has no cord. It would have the speaker and microphone on one unit that clips on top of (around) the mobile communication device. It could be used in conjunction with the plastic holster so you simply pull the mobile communication device out of the holster with the ear piece already attached and answer the call. This would improve the acceptance of the current WAVERIDER line and possibly extend its life. Given the current dimensions of the speaker and microphone on the corded ear piece they are small enough to be integrated into a one piece plastic clip on ear piece that fits unobtrusively around the mobile communication device that wouldn't interfere with the device being returned into the plastic holster.