The name Sony is usually regarded with high-esteem as they've shown time after time at how they are positioned as a premium electronics manufacturer in all ranges of consumer products. However, that doesn't stop Sony Ericsson from thinking green for their latest two Bluetooth headsets. The company introduced two Bluetooth headset models, the VH410 and VH110, which are the first to grace Sony Ericsson's new Extras Talk category while being constructed out of recycled plastic and water-based paint – thus making them perfect for their range of GreenHeart products. The VH110 doesn't stand out as much in terms of features aside being your normal wireless headset, but the VH410 does offer noise cancellation and its ability to pair between two handsets. Both are rated for 10 hours of talk time and the VH110 comes packed with an additional three earpieces, however, neither can really win any awards in terms of design – but then again, that's pretty much what you get for being eco-friendly. Although the two Bluetooth headsets are expected to arrive in stores starting in August, there was no word regarding its pricing – but we'd imagine they would be more than affordable on any budget.