Legit Bluetooth Reviews
Plantronics Voyager PRO Bluetooth Headset Review
|Product:||Voyager PRO Bluetooth Headset|
|Date:||Mon, Aug 03, 2009 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Ken Brown -|
Voyager PRO - Real World Performance
After an initial charge, we paired up the Voyager PRO with our favorite mobile devices; the Apple iPhone 3G, and Blackberry Bold. Each mobile device was able to find the headset with no problem and paired within seconds. The headset actually came out of the box with a charge on it already, but we wanted to make sure the headset was fully charged before putting it through its paces.
The Plantronics Voyager PRO is able to pair two different Bluetooth devices at once so that you don’t have to keep “re-pairing” the headset when you change phones or Bluetooth devices. Of course this is very handy and useful for those households or offices which share resources. There is nothing that you have to do or initiate – just pair your devices and the Voyager PRO will remember the last two devices you paired.
The headset took less than 90 minutes to charge fully so we were very surprised to be ready to roll in a short time. The headset has plenty of audio and visual warnings of when the battery is low so a full power outage doesn’t catch you by surprise.
Incoming phone calls with both the iPhone and Blackberry registered very quickly. Most times, the headset registered the call (with an incoming “beep-beep”) slightly BEFORE the mobile devices. When outgoing calls were made, each handset transferred the calls quickly with no fuss. (Gone are the old days when you had to hope and pray that calls transferred to headset before the party on the other end would get tired of hearing silence and hang up!). The Plantronics Voyager PRO worked well with every mobile device we experimented with.
Next Page - Voyager PRO - Final Thoughts & Conclusions
Page 1 - Introducing the Plantronics Voyager PRO
Page 2 - Plantronics Voyager PRO – Out of the Box
Page 3 - Voyager PRO - Real World Performance
Page 4 - Voyager PRO - Final Thoughts & Conclusions