Beautiful OnesJawbone was the first company to figure out how to make ungainly Bluetooth headsets look less dorky. The company realized that plenty of consumers had no desire to put something unattractive on their faces. The company's latest headset, the Era, has an almost architectural look to it, with a metallic grid overlaying one of four muted colors. Created by design legend Yves Behar's Fuseproject, the Era includes an accelerometer that lets users double-tap the surface to answer, end, or switch calls, as well as shake the device to pick up a call when the Era isn't being worn. And users shake the device to pair it with their phones.