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By Albert Sun
Now that it's illegal to drive while talking on a handheld phone in California and Washington State, mobile-device users on the Left Coast are on the lookout for hands-free headsets.
States such as New York and New Jersey already have hands-free laws in effect, and other parts of the country are likely to follow suit. In case you're among those scrambling to stay legal, here's a rundown of several headsets on the market, from inexpensive to high end.