Summary: Had the over the ear piece not broken each time upon mounting it to the device I would have surely been satisfied with the device. As it is, it was a huge wasted of my time!! I don't know how it was ranked in the "best of" list on CNET.
Pros: connected seamlessly, stayed connected and provided decent quality sound with no complaints from callers.
Cons: Voice commands seldom worked. The over the ear pieces is terrible and cheaply made.
Summary: I bought this bluetooh based on the features set and the supposed ability of the bluetooth to filter out background and wind noise. It fails at both background and wind noise cancellation.
Pros: Voice commands, Comfortable Fit
Cons: Range, Cuts in and out making conversation impossible, BlueAnt Software causes phone to reboot, Caller-ID by name MOST of the time gives the wrong name, BlueAnt's only answer to ANY tech complaint is to reset and re-pair
Summary: After going through 3 Plantronics Legends, a Voyager HD pro, and a Jawbone Era, I finally found this headset, recommended by an Apple rep. It is light, comfortable, and clear as bell on both ends of a call. The plantronics and jawbones, all had serious call quality issues despite firmware updates.
Pros: Good Battery life. Great call quality when you can get it to connect.
Cons: Problems with having the earpiece ring and answer calls. Frequently will say it is connected to phone but does not work. Slow to access voice commands on phone. Had to glue the mesh over the mic and the rubber piece that touches your face.
Summary: If BlueAnt can get these to stay together for a few years they will have the very best bluetooth on the market! I can't recommend something that falls apart in only 2 months, no matter how good it sounds.
Pros: - Crisp & clear audio, - Easy set-up
Cons: - I went thru 2 of the Q2s in 4 months. I take very good care of my electronics. In just 2 months, both literally fell apart!, - Lost connectivity with iPhone4 often for no reason.
Summary: I have two phones connected to the Q2. My android-based work phone disconnects and reconnects with a great deal of zeal, even though my phone is in my front pocket. My Windows-based personal phone has trouble with the Q2 finding the phone, mostly for A2DP, but it also reconnects the Bluetooth...
Pros: A2DP, Multipoint, and comfort.
Cons: Some of the most flawed construction I have ever witnessed in a headset. The power switch leaves a lot to be desired.
Summary: I bought this Q2 about 6 months ago. I was living in the US at the time. I didn't use it a lot the first months. maybe 2-3 a week for some time on the computer for use on Skype. The connection to the computer was mostly okay. Sometimes it would not connect automatically.
Pros: - can connect to 2 devices (computer and phone for example), - good sound quality, - fits well
Cons: - poor build quality, - poor customer service, - hit or miss automatic connectivity
Summary: I am looking at reviews now because I want to buy a durable, comfortable, bluetooth with clear sound. The reviews I have seen reflect my experience as well so I will probably go with something else.
Pros: I like the verbal id of who is calling and the ability to answer or ignore the call with verbal commands. The sound quality is clear.
Cons: I have had the Q2 for less than a year and a piece has broken off. THe range has decreased to a few feet.