Summary: The SWHP from Sony is a different style of headset that normal for a phone and even with this new format, it still does very well in the comfort department. Sony has included three sizes of soft ear-tips that tend to block out a lot of background noise.
Pros: Extremely Comfortable, Good range & Call Quality, Good build quality on headset, Lots of applications, Functions as Radio & MP3 player
Cons: Finicky software/application setup, Clip isn't tight enough for active use, Pressing the clip/button activates headset functions, Drops connection between phone during standby, Cords to short to clip to a belt for security, Battery life seems to be shorter than expected
Conclusion: The Bluetooth Sony Smart Wireless Headset Pro doubles as an FM radio/MP3 player. And while it sounds good, it's buggy and fails to deliver a compelling overall experience.
Pros: Smooth-sounding audio over Bluetooth with solid bass response. Soft, comfortable eartips.
Cons: Stereo earbuds are actually wired. Controls are a mixed bag. Requires seven Android app installs. No text-to-speech support in English. Buggy playback from microSD cards, and doesn't support AAC files in this mode. Plenty of cable thump when moving3.
Summary: All in all, we wouldn’t think twice about purchasing the Smart Smart Headset Pro if we had the cash to burn, the sound quality is downright awesome and It’s a chore having to pull the humongous Galaxy Note out of our bags just to reply to text messages or answer calls and emails… even skipping...