Our Forum readers have been raving about this Bluetooth headset so Legit Reviews decided to take this baby for a spin. See why we found that the EVOQ by Qstik is one of the best Bluetooth headsets on the market. Maybe it’s because Qstik has an in-house engineering team or maybe it’s the fact that this Bluetooth headset is the best that we have laid our hands on. Read on to get the low down on the EVOQ!
Today we look at Gennum’s nXZEN VoIP system that features advanced noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset with a Skype certified plug-n-play Bluetooth dongle. Does the nXZEN headset and dongle make for a perfect match for those looking for a one-stop-shop for cell phone and IP telephony? Read on and see if this wireless Bluetooth headset should be something on your holiday shopping list.
Today, Legit Reviews takes a look at Plantronics? upgrade of one of our favorite Bluetooth headsets. The Discovery 655 takes the best of the Discovery 640 and improves its functionality by incorporating a Digital Signal Processor. It weighs only 9 grams, but still provides up to 10 hours of talk time and includes a unique vibrate ring indicator. Is this a worthy upgrade? Read on to find out!
The Plantronics Pulsar 590 Series Bluetooth Stereo Headsets are said to deliver the ultimate in wireless freedom. With up to 12 hours of talk time and 10 hours of listen time, you can enjoy wireless stereo listening on laptops, PCs, TVs, DVD and MP3 players. Legit Reviews has had the 590A on the test bench and is ready to report the results!
Today Legit Reviews looks at the Motorola HT820 Bluetooth Stereo Headphones. The HT820 can answer phones calls and listen to music with true stereo sound for up to 17 hours on the battery. If you like to listen to music wherever you go the Motorola HT820 might be something that makes life a beat better.
Today we take a look at the Plantronics Discovery 640, which differs from some of the other Bluetooth headsets that we have reviewed in the past due to the innovative pocket charger. See what this 9 gram is packing as we take it for a test drive on the Treo 650 and Motorola RAZR Cell Phones!
Today we look at the nXZEN Plus Bluetooth headset, which features the world’s most powerful digital signal processor (DSP) available in any Bluetooth headset. With 120 mips of digital processing power this is a headset that should make PC enthusiasts think about overclocking their bluetooth devices. Well maybe not, but read on for the full review.
The Sony Akono Headset HBH-662 is a Bluetooth headset that differs from most by offering caller identification on the headset. One of the major gripes of bluetooth headsets is that the user does not know who is calling. Sony answered the cries of consumers with the HBH-662. Read on to see our thoughts!
The Motorola HS-810 bluetooth was a very popular headset with a slick design and good performance. The HS-850 represents a natural evolution of the HS-810 by offering bluetooth 1.2 and even longer batter life. Today we take the Motorola HS-850 for a test drive with the Motorola RAZR V3 and Treo 650 phones.
Now that Bluetooth phones are mainstream consumers can now use wireless headsets. That’s right… no need to plug this one into your phone! Today we take a look at a model from Motorola that combines class with functionality to take wireless technology to the next level.