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I use a Plantronics USB headset with a boom mic that swings straight up, right out of the way. I can use it with Skype for hours without it bother ing me. EBAY $30, shipped. List price $50.
I also have small, $10 USB-sound card dongle that has two submin plugs for mic and headphones. Convenient when using my camers with intrgrated microphone. Also, when in a coffee shop, I plug in a very small cell-phone type earbud with inline microphone. Easier to carry in the laptop case. But falls out easily. Were I to use this more, I'd switch to a Jabra to keep it in better.
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