Excerpt: As our world grows more mobile, the importance of being able to go hands free and pay attention to what we are doing also grows. Not only is texting or emailing and driving dangerous, but we are discovering that driving and using a handset for any use can be disastrous.
Summary: Installation of the BlueAnt T1 Rugged Bluetooth Headset is really very simple. The first time you turn it on, it will automatically enter pairing mode. Once you have it paired to one device, you'll need to hold the MFB (Multi-Function Button) when it is not connected to a phone or other device.
Pros: Very comfortable, Good Noise Isolation DSP, Frequent firmware updates, enhance product and resolve issues., Excellent receiving audio quality and can be used to listen to A2DP audio.
Cons: Voice recognition is not accurate in noisy environments., Noise Isolation cannot be tweaked., Lacks the robust Voice Control of the V1, Q1 and Q2 headsets.
Excerpt: Product: BlueAnt T1 Bluetooth Headset Supplier: BlueAnt MSRP: $79.99 Find Lowest Price @ PriceGrabber Author: Barry Date: May 8, 2011 The Bluetooth headset is an essential part of today’s cell phone ensemble – between legal requirements while driving, and sheer comfort when talking, a Bluetooth...
A rugged BlueAnt Bluetooth headset that includes silicon covers to protect from dust and drops
Good Gear Guide.au
29 June 2010
Conclusion: Its rugged claims may be a little over the top since it relies on the included silicon covers, but the BlueAnt T1 remains an excellent and easy to use Bluetooth headset, possessing outstanding voice quality.
Pros: Good build quality, excellent sound quality, ease of use, voice guidance, multiple sized ear tips, wind armour technology
Cons: No included ear hook, rugged claims come from silicone covers rather than actual unit