Reviews and Problems with Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset
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Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset
31 December 2008
Excerpt: For a new Bluetooth headset to be really noticed, it must be a different. Enter the Aliph Jawbone : it’s a headset with a twist. Building on their older products, the latest iteration claims to dramatically increase call quality through noise canceling technology they call "Noise Shield." How did the unit perform under testing conditions? Did it perform as advertised? Read on as the Aliph Jawbone is put to the test !
Excerpt: The Jawbone Bluetooth headset virtually eliminates background noise so your calls are clearer. The device’s Noise Shield technology uses an advanced, military-grade noise-canceling system that continuously adapts to the users’ changing environment to deliver and receive unparalleled audio quality. Combined with its award-winning design, the Jawbone headset is perfect for those on the go and for those who need the conveniece of Bluetooth in challenging environments.
Excerpt: So. I’m not the first tech reviewer on the block to do this, but I finally procured myself one of the oft-talked about Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth headsets. The Jawbone is a MSRP $129 Bluetooth headset which has been much-heralded for it’s ability to “shield” your calls from noise.
Pros: + Noise shield technology is unique and works well!, + Very classy looking design., + Easy to charge with two charging options included.
Cons: - Pretty expensive for a Bluetooth headset., - May not fit people’s ears with glasses without a lot of effort.