Summary: The new Jawbone Era is by far the most subtle and powerful Bluetooth headset we’ve used. If you work the phones all day, or have to make a lot of call from the car, it seems like the ideal companion to help you Get Things Done.
Conclusion: The Aliph Jawbone Era (2014) is the smallest and most stylish Bluetooth headset available. It builds on the legacy of the original Jawbone Era (2011) and the Jawbone Icon by providing good sound quality and a powerful app, along with a new voice interface that works with Siri on iPhones and Google...
Pros: Stylish and discreet design, Solid call quality, Works with Siri and Google Now
Conclusion: Fashion-forward style and stellar sound quality allow the Aliph Jawbone Era (2011) to consistently appear in the top five of comparative Bluetooth headset reviews. Technology allows the handset to respond to kinetic cues (tapping and shaking) to perform a variety of tasks, as well as cancel noise...
Excerpt: Wearable Computing is the coming thing this year, even though it has existed for awhile. Some of the more popular and fashion controversial wearable devices we’ve had around for some time include Bluetooth headsets.
Conclusion: When you hear wearables, the expectation is usually some sort of Glass-style head mounted display. Yet there's still plenty to be done with audio-only: a clandestine whisper of information into your ear, funneling in directions, messages, and other answers, not to mention calls.
TechBargains Review - Jawbone Era Bluetooth Headset
19 January 2013
Summary: Our nitpicking above shouldn't be seen as anything other than just that: nitpicking. We were certainly impressed by the total package of the Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset. It fits easily and unobtrusively in the ear, making and ending calls is simple and intuitive, and the sound quality is great for...
Pros: Form and Architecture, Sound Quality, Ease of Setup, Motion Controls
Gear on your ear: Six premium Bluetooth headsets reviewed
11 January 2013
Summary: The Era offers great audio quality, and it handles background noise with aplomb. The company's companion smartphone apps make the most of Google Now and Siri. If you can get past its chunky design and protruding mic, this headset packs in the features: voice commands, intelligent behavior,...
Jawbone ERA Review (2014): A Tiny but Mighty Bluetooth Headset
27 December 2012
Summary: The Jawbone ERA is a fine improvement over its predecessor which focuses on improving the essentials – size, comfort, and most importantly – audio quality. We’re a bit let down by its short battery life, but in any case, the Jawbone ERA is still a top notch Bluetooth headset.
Pros: Beautiful design and nice color choices, so small you won’t notice its there, easy pairing process, comfortable with a secure fit, excellent audio quality and noise reduction, improves user’s experience with Siri and Google Now, and Jawbone app unlocks some extra useful and fun features such as h...
Cons: Short battery life, Pricey, and dedicated button on headset is a bit finicky to use.
[Video Review] The Jawbone ERA Puts All Your Other Bluetooth Headsets To Shame
5 December 2012
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.