Reviews and Problems with Aliph Jawbone ICON - The Hero
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Aliph Jawbone Icon
16 May 2014
Conclusion: The Aliph Jawbone Icon remains one of the top Bluetooth headsets, providing excellent sound quality and noise suppression in a fashion-forward, avant-garde design. Its Noise Assassin 3.0 noise-cancellation technology is military-grade, and free apps available from Aliph's MyTalk website allow users...
Pros: Excellent sound quality, Highly customizable features, Stylish, with a variety of designs
Cons: No volume rocker switch, Ear-hook somewhat uncomfortable
Conclusion: So, is the ICON perfect? To me, YES. For the first time since I switched from wired to bluetooth, I have stopped looking for a new headset. The ICON has amazing sound quality on both ends of the line, it’s extremely comfortable and very rugged for its small size and light weight (mine’s been stepped...
Pros: Excellent sound quality on both ends of the call., Comfortable and extremely secure in the ear., Noise cancellation works extremely well.
Rethink Bluetooth Headsets with the Jawbone Icon Hero
Simple Mobile Review
15 August 2010
Excerpt: I stopped using bluetooth headsets about 5 years ago for several reasons. I was recently talking to Robb Dunewood about needing a new headset and he asked what I disliked about BT headsets. I went on my normal rant and […]
Excerpt: Bluetooth headsets. They’re still not the most stylistically approved gadget amongst our crew, but their convenience, safety, and features make them increasingly more difficult not to embrace. That is, so long as you don’t wear one to dinner (see rule #2).
Summary: The Aliph Jawbone Icon is rather pricey and lacks volume keys, but, if luxury is your bag, then its noise-cancelling capability, downloadable extras and simple interface will probably satisfy you
Pros: Amusing downloadable voices; if used in conjunction with an iPhone, the Icon's battery life will be displayed on the phone's screen; effective noise-cancellation feature.
Cons: No volume control; flimsy ear loop; expensive.
Excerpt: What would you say if we told you that the best thought-out product we saw at CES this year was a Bluetooth headset? After you stopped laughing, of course. It’s true. Aliph, which has come to dominate the high-end headset market with its Jawbone products, has a new model launching Monday, the...
Pros: Does what you want it to do, and does it well. Comfortable, easy to use, good audio quality. Not ugly, and no flashing blue lights mean you look like a little less of a Blue-tool. Onscreen battery indicator when paired with an iPhone, as shown in the photo above. (Currently the only Bluetooth hea...
Cons: No matter how cool it looks, wearing a headset when you’re walking around is still just a little lame.
Conclusion: Wie auch das Jawbone Prime Bluetooth-Headset erscheint das Icon “The Hero” Bluetooth-Headset im gewohnten minimalistischen Design. Auf viele Knöpfe wurde verzichtet, was unter anderem der Benutzerfreundlichkeit zu gute kommt.