Summary: Purchased this for use in my home office as a Speakerphone for Skype. Sound quality is awesome. It is easy to use and setup. I haven't tried it with bluetooth yet. I am very impressed, and would gladly recommend to anyone.
Summary: I wanted to stop wearing a headset eight hours a day and had a terrific experience with my Jabra Bluetooth headset. By purchasing this speakerphone, I get great quality sound for both my conference calls and my music, and those on the call with me say they can hear me loudly and clearly. Great solution! no more cauliflower ear from being wrapped up in a headset all day.
Summary: I use this for work. I use Skype and Sococo for meetings internally. I was getting tired of wearing a headset and bought this - I'm not sure why I waited so long. Several of us can be on the same room using it making it more collaborative when working with folks that are remote. Additionally I've found myself for listening to music while working and have used the bluetooth capability with my iPhone. It worked seamlessly with my macbook pro.
Summary: Great for use during web meetings. My laptop's built in speakers / microphone just did not cut it when participating in a GoTo Meeting. I now plug this into the USB port and the sound is great for both me and the meeting participants. I've also used with my cell phone for some conference calls and the Bluetooth works excellent and very easy to setup and use.
Summary: Voice quality (both from the microphone and speaker point of view) is unbelievable. Those on the other side of the call report the voice clarity and total lack of that frustrating echo is really good when I use this for group calls.
Summary: I have it set up on my laptop and bluetoothed to my phone. I use it constantly for web conferences and conversations in my office while I type my notes on the computer. Works great for meetings in the office also.
Summary: As good as my Macbook Air is for skype, fuze, and voip, this speaker makes it 10 times better. It is generally plug and play, sounds good, and has intuitive controls. The only slight hiccup is that the various apps on the mac that use the Jabra (Skype, Fuze, Go-to-Meeting, Bria softphone, etc.) occasionally get confused and you have to go into the audio settings to point to the Jabra. I believe this is a Mac and app problem more than a Jabra problem.