Tritton AX Micro Bluetooth Headset ReviewFri, Sep 12, 2008 - 12:00 AM
Tritton AX Micro – Out of the Box
Tritton packaged the AX Micro with all the basics to get you going: A Charging Cradle; AC Charger Adapter; Rubber Grippers (2 sizes); Lanyard and Clip; and a User’s Manual. The only thing really to note that isn’t included with this package is an USB-to-USB-Mini cable. Most of you reading will already have this cable from an older computer peripheral or digital camera so this really is not that big of a deal.
Because of the AX Micro’s size, the Tritton engineers decided to use a charging cradle to charge the AX Micro. The look and the design of the cradle is very sleek and smooth. Having the silver and black cradle on your desk makes for a very professional and avant-garde look. Of course, charging the headset is as easy as clicking the device into place. As it’s charging, you will see the LED status indicator light glow read. When the unit is fully charged, the indicator will glow blue and you are good to go.
The Tritton AX Micro has three buttons: the main Multi-Function Button, a Volume Up, and a Volume Down. The main Multi-Function button is on the small side and it took a while to get used to, but the volume controls are situated in a very comfortable position.
The rubber-gripping earpieces that come with the Tritton AX Micro are very close that that of the Plantronics Discovery 925. The AX Micro holds the headset in the ear and stays surprisingly secure and comfortable. Once in the ear, the headset is automatically at the optimum position for the microphone to pick up the user’s voice. There is no need to adjust the headset if you want to switch ears as well. Tritton includes two sizes of the rubber gripper for you to get the best fit possible.