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Plantronics CS70N
6.1 out of 10

Plantronics CS70N

HL10 handset lifter fits on your telephone, letting you answer Read more

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Overall 6

Review: Plantronics CS70N Wireless Headset

6 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Journalists, stockbrokers, and phone sex workers have one thing in common: We all spend a lot of time on the phone, making cauliflower ear and a permanently cocked shoulder real job hazards. Plantronics’ new wireless headset is the most elegant solution to the problem we’ve seen yet.
  • Pros: Weighs less than an ounce. Simple on-off button engages headset (and answers the phone, with optional handset lifter). Works with standard office and IP phones. Estimated 6 hours of battery life is long enough for all but your most agonizing heart-to-heart conversations.
  • Cons: Volume buttons difficult to locate and press without mashing your tender ear cartilage. Secondary volume and microphone sensitivity controls are located, inexplicably, on the back of the base unit where they’re equally hard to find.
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Overall 7

Plantronics CS70N

Good Gear Guide.au
16 February 2009
  • Summary: The CS70N is a convenient albeit not outstanding product. If you really need to get away from your desk while on the phone it is worth a look, but be prepared to pay top dollar.
  • Pros: Convenience factor, good audio quality
  • Cons: Expensive, chunky headset design, headset buttons are stiff, some echo when near walls
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Plantronics CS70N Review

Gadget Heaven
22 March 2008
  • Excerpt: The Plantronics CS70N is a professional level, 1.9GHz, wireless headset that features a noise cancelling microphone, enabling the headset to be operated in even the noisiest, most distracting environments.
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Overall 7

Plantronics CS70N

18 October 2007
  • Summary: A worthwhile investment for anyone who spends a lot of their day on the phone.
  • Pros: Light and comfortable to wear, Easy to set-up and use, Stylish design
  • Cons: Usage without the optional handset-lifter is annoying, Button placement could be placed in a more visual area, Pricey for infrequent users
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