I own several bluetooth headsets, they all have some pros and cons. Let me start by saying I bought this to talk on the phone, not listen to music. I want a mic that is next to my mouth, not in my ear. For what I need, these work excellent. They paired very easily to my phone, the battery lasts all day (and then some), they are comfortable to wear and the sound quality for talking and listening is very good. I do also listen to music on them between calls, it works well for this, but it doesn't have as rich of a sound as a good set of Bose, but I didn't expect them to. They work well for my office time. Pros: - Sturdy but lightweight construction. - Very long battery life - Great microphone - Great for phone conversations Cons - Proprietary power connector (cool mag lock thing though) - Looks a bit dorky if you aren't talking on the phone I'd compare these to my Logitech HL-800's, which I use a lot. The sound, mic, and battery life are all better. Comfort is similar but slightly better.
This device is a good, light-weight, self contained, and functional unit. Pros: - The whole set up is self contained and travels well. - It maintains a charge for a long time. - Decent range. - No wires. - Doesn't cover both ears. - Offers minimal interference with glasses. - I particularly like the red LED "on the phone" indicator surrounding the connect/disconnect button Cons: - It's not easy to just slip on when you receive a call. - Thanks to the motion activation feature, the caller is already on the line and listening to you fumble around with it while you try to position the device comfortably. - Doesn't sit as easily and comfortably if you wear glasses. (The over the ear section could be thinner.) It is not a perfect device, but still, it is better than any other device I have used for Lync Enterprise Voice. Can't really beat it for the price.
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