Conclusion: The Plantronics Voyager Pro delivers the highest-caliber Bluetooth voice quality, in almost any environment. The Aliph Jawbone Prime wins with wind noise handling, but the Voyager Pro still nabs our Editors' Choice.
Summary: The biggest drawback to the Plantronics Voyager Pro is that some people will find its design too serious, or too bulky. That said, it’s one of the most comfortable we’ve tested, and the noise and wind cancellation are both effective. The $129 Aliph Jawbone Prime offers better style and comparable quality, while the $99 Jabra BT530 also offers a sleeker design and good sound.
This Bluetooth mobile headset has some useful features built in
Good Gear Guide.au
16 February 2010
Summary: Plantronics’ Voyager Pro HD headset has a good range of useful features built in, like an intelligent sensor that switches between headset and phone speaker when the headset is removed. It wasn’t always comfortable in our testing and it’s slightly larger than other headsets, but it has excellent sound quality and excellent battery life thanks to smart internal circuitry.
Excerpt: The Plantronics Voyager Pro HD is made up of a single silicon-eartipped earphone , which swivels horizontally to allow the headset to be worn on either ear. The microphone also swivels vertically, so it can be swung up out of the way when not in use.
Excerpt: The Plantronics Voyager Pro is one of the larger Bluetooth headsets on the market, so it isn't very discreet when you're wearing it. It has a chunky ear clip and a long microphone that protrudes from its side.