Conclusion: The FREETALK Everyman is a low priced solution for the Skype user or anyone who uses audio/video telecommunications programs. The audio quality is excellent when used in conjunction with Skype. If you desire to use the FREETALK Everyman with a media player, the built 3.5mm jack makes that a possibility. For the price, the FREETALK Everyman is a good headset and worth the investment especially if you use Skype frequently.
Pros: Low Price, Collapsible, Good sound quality, Optimized for use with Skype
Cons: Headband a little tight, Too bulky to use as everyday music headset
Excerpt: If you listen to the Geek.com Podcast you already know that we’ve tried any number of microphones since the Podcast’s inception. No matter which one we use, I always seem to sound muffled to a certain extent, not to mention that I suffer from the inclusion of some background noise since I tend to use a standalone microphone.
Excerpt: It looks very smart perched atop a flatpanel or laptop screen. Measuring just 37x71x62mm and weighing 98g, the rectangle Freetalk Everyman Webcam comes with a robust plastic clip that can be adjusted to ensure the webcam is secure when placed on top of a desktop PC or on to a laptop's screen.
Freetalk Everyman review: We really like the sleek lines of this webcam
Good Gear Guide.au
23 April 2010
Summary: The Freetalk Everyman Webcam is small and sleek and offers a good video chat experience. Dispensing with the need for additional software (apart from Skype) the Everyman is ideal if you want to set up and make VoIP calls on the go.
Pros: Ideal for on-the-go use, easy to use
Cons: Audio suffers slightly from background noise