Pros: Long lasting, Can be paired with 2 different cell phones, I like the fact that it tells you who is calling.
Cons: If you call a number that doesn't have voicemail, it will ring 8 times sound like it disconnected but on the other end it continues to ring until the 20th ring when it switches back to ringing on the headset.Tried on 2 Blackberry Bolds n an iphone 4S
Summary: The speaker was great. I could hear everything just fine, but I would have to yell for anyone to hear me. Texting function was pretty cool but you have to talk slowly and very clearly. It was very comfortable and fit great in my ear. All together its a great device and its possible that I got a broken one or it just doesn't work well with my phone the Samsung Galaxy. Check online before buying to see if it works with your phone. I hope it works better for you guys.
Summary: I bought the Motorola Elite Sliver a couple days ago and I have to say this Bluetooth headset is incredible! I have an IPhone 4S and it paired in seconds, I was concerned about the usefulness of Siri because the device seemed so much more designed for Android Systems than IOS from Apple. Well I was wrong, Siri works great and the quality from the phone calls is amazing. I was told that he could not even tell that I was using a headset.
Summary: Previously owned a Motorola T14 which was not bad before it broke. Thought Silver Elite would provided better sound for the money and features. Wrong! No one can hear me, even when I yell. People indicate that when I turn a page in a book, it amplifies so loud they can hardly stand it. Can hear who I call great, so really too bad. Tried Motorola Customer Service Chat which also was horrible.
Pros: Voice commands re time left; comfortable
Cons: Noise cancellation horrible; Have to yell to be heard