Pros: It's comfortable to wear and the audio quality from the headphones when listening is good.
Cons: Unfortunately the microphone is not good. The pickup on the microphone is quite horrible. At maximum recording level it barely registers my voice. And the Logitech driver, such as it is, doesn't have a mic boost feature. I just bought it today at Be$t-buy and I'm returning it tomorrow.
Summary: It should probably be cheaper. But it's the best in this category I've used so far.
Pros: Lightweight. Long battery. Fairly durable. Bluetooth AND USB dongle.
Cons: If your car is super noisy, it may not be QUITE loud enough. I have a very noisy car though. Also, It's very easy to lose the USB dongle. Figuring out how to pair the bluetooth was a little challenging, until I googled it.
Summary: If I could get a refund I would take in a heart beat. Worked well and sounded great for a very short period of time. I have not been able to get any assistance from Logitech as of this writing. Looks like I may have thrown away $80.buck$.
Excerpt: I bought these headphones at Nebraska Furniture Mart for my husband's birthday and they quit working within 6 months. They won't charge at all, and we've tried different cords so we know that's not the problem. He really liked them until they quit working!
Excerpt: Bought this mainly for Dragon Naturaly speaking 12. The supplied headset that came with the software didn't work well at all. Purchase the Logitech H800 for the wireless convenience , audio quality, and noise cancelling mike. The headset has performed great in all aspects.
Summary: Subsequent contact of reseller resulted in initial response then silence for over two weeks after the defective product was returned. With no confirmation of refund, I had to resort to my credit card company to dispute the charge. I would avoid this reseller.
Excerpt: Love how easily I can go from my laptop to my smartphone. It's super clear and the range is awesome. I can go from my office area on the 3rd floor to the kitchen on the 1st floor with no problems.
Excerpt: I use VOIP for work and am used to leaving my head set powered on all the time during the day.DUe to the limited battery life- I have two choices- turn off th head set (inconvenient for incoming calls) or leave it plugged in to charge when I am not actually using it.Other than learning the hard way...