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Jawbone Era

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Overall 7
6.7

Jawbone Era Bluetooth Headset (2014)

iLounge
28 January 2014
  • Excerpt: At 1.83” long, 0.83” wide, and 0.51” tall, and weighing only 0.21 ounces, Era is tiny—one of the smallest Bluetooth headsets we’ve ever tested. The difference is especially noticeable when the older and newer units are side by side. It almost looks like the headset is too small, but it still manages to include the basic features we’d expect. Starting at the top, there’s the single earphone, which is covered by one of the silicone buds.
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Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset Review

The Gadgeteer
22 May 2012
  • Conclusion: I really like the Jawbone ERA.  It has a relatively diminutive form factor, small but not delicate, and is relatively lightweight.  Easily paired with my iPhone 4S, it is also loaded with features (among which I like TapTap best), battery life is excellent, performs well with respect to sound and can be updated.
  • Pros: + Small, lightweight, + Good battery life, + Loaded with features
  • Cons: - None to speak of
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Overall 8
8.0

A new leader for discreet Bluetooth dialing

CNET
24 September 2011
  • Summary: Outside of short battery life, the small and comfortable Jawbone Era delivers the full package of an affordable price, excellent sound quality, and a powerful companion app.
  • Cons: The Jawbone Era’s base model has short battery life and lacks a volume button. The Era's small size is tough on large hands.
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Jawbone Era Review

Chip Chick
22 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Update 1/22/2014: The Jawbone ERA has a new model for 2014. Check out our full review here. I prefer to think of Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth...
  • Pros: Trendy design will appeal to ladies and hip guys alike, HD quality audio, new features like ShakeShake and TapTap make this headset stand out from the crowd, handled itself well when walking at a fast pace or in the wind, music plays back nicely on it too.
  • Cons: Not comfortable to wear for long periods of time nor is it small-ear friendly, Pricey, ShakeShake and TapTap may seem gimmicky at first but it’s kind of cool.
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Overall 9
9.1

Expert Review

TopTenREVIEWS
13 July 2011
  • Excerpt: The Jawbone Era pairs HD-quality wideband audio and the military-grade NoiseAssassin 3.0 to create one of the clearest conversations you can have over the phone. In addition, you can stream audio from your phone and dictate texts and emails with the Jawbone MyTalk app for a greater hands-free experience. For these reasons, the Jawbone Era has won the TopTenREVIEWS Silver Award for Bluetooth headsets .
  • Pros: The Jawbone Era features military-grade noise cancellation technology. The MyTalk app allows you to dictate your texts and emails.
  • Cons: There's no volume control on the device and the automatic volume adjust feature can be unreliable.
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Review: Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset

Appmodo
24 May 2011
  • Excerpt: There are many bluetooth headsets in the market today, but how about one with HD audio and a built-in accelerometer? If you don’t believe such a thing exists, then you’ll need to check out the latest offering by Jawbone, the Jawbone ERA . The ERA is Jawbone’s first headset to feature a built-in accelerometer, multi-processor architecture with their patented Motion-X technology allowing you to simply tap or shake the headset to answer calls and pair it to your bluetooth...
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Review: Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset

Appmodo
17 April 2011
  • Excerpt: There are many bluetooth headsets in the market today, but how about one with HD audio and a built-in accelerometer? If you don’t believe such a thing exists, then you’ll need to check out the latest offering by Jawbone, the . The ERA is Jawbone’s first headset to feature a built-in accelerometer, multi-processor architecture with their patented Motion-X technology allowing you to simply tap or shake the headset to answer calls and pair it to your bluetooth device.
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[Video Review] The Jawbone ERA Puts All Your Other Bluetooth Headsets To Shame

Android Police
1 February 2011
  • Excerpt: I recently broke down and picked up a Bluetooth headset. I needed something to talk on while driving a stick-shift or working with both my hands. I wanted to get something awesome because, honestly, it's go big or go home when it comes to Bluetooth headsets, and you get what you pay for. I paid for a Jawbone ERA, and I got the best Bluetooth experience I've ever had (and I've had every iteration of the Jawbone at one time or another).
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Overall 9
9.0

Aliph Jawbone Era

PC Magazine
20 January 2011
  • Conclusion: The Aliph Jawbone Era is more than a headset: it's a potential audio computing platform.
  • Pros: Good-looking. Excellent sound quality, especially for A2DP. Can run apps.
  • Cons: Sound quality can be just a touch muddy.
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Overall 9
9.0

Jawbone ERA review: The Jawbone ERA introduces an accelerometer to allow shaking to pair, and tapping to answer calls

Good Gear Guide.au
21 November 2011
  • Summary: AliphCom's Jawbone ERA combines appealing style with excellent noise-cancelling capabilities, and its motion based controls work well. This is without doubt one of the best Bluetooth headsets available on the market.
  • Pros: Stylish design, Built-in motion controls, Ease of use and sound quality
  • Cons: Can be tough to find a comfortable ear bud, A little expensive, No AC adapter included for charging
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