If your computer has Bluetooth support, you will be able to use the ConnectClip to receive the audio from your computer and the ConnectClip will stream the audio to your OPN. You won’t even use the computer’s mic but instead you’ll be using the ConnectClip built-in mic. So it basically acts as a headset in concert with your OPN to allow you to Skype or GoToMeeting all day long.
If your computer doesn’t have Bluetooth support, you can purchase a USB dongle from Oticon (that should be released at the same time as the ConnectClip, I hope) and this USB dongle will be the middle man to transfer audio back and forth between your ConnectClip and your computer.
So yes, if you spend time all day long on your computer for Skype or GoToMeeting or even just listening to Youtube videos, then the ConnectClip will be VERY useful for you. You won’t need to use your earbuds anymore.
If you don’t want to buy the ConnectClip, you can always plug the audio out of your computer to your TV Streamer so that you can hear from your computer to your OPN via the TV Streamer. Remember it’s not for TV only. You can plug it into any device that has an audio output. If it’s not RCA type connector on the output but a mini-plug type like most laptops do where you plug your earbuds in, you can easily get a mini-plug to RCA converter from Amazon so you can connect it to your TV streamer’s RCA L&R inputs.
This way, you won’t need the ConnectClip. But you’ll have to talk into your PC’s mic. If you use the ConnectClip, you can walk away from your PC to somewhere else in the house and still be able to talk on the call via the built-in mic on the ConnectClip.