"Revolutionary! This is the Mac of the headset world!"5.0 starson by SOHO_Stan
Pros: -Voice Interface huge leap forward in user friendliness over previous headsets.
-Makes calling back people a snap.
-Hansdfree answer/ignore very useful
-Great call quality
-Comfortable, though had to bend the ear hook a little to make it so
Cons: -wish it had Caller ID by name, but number is MUUCCHHH better than nothing at all
-The Jawbone is still better looking. Everything else about the V1 though is superior.
Summary: I have had at least 6 or 7 headsets now and consider myself a power user. I had tried a Jawbone 2 but had trouble with the fit working and the call quality stunk as a result and returned it
Lucky me as I came across this. The V1 fits great and the voice interface makes every other headset I've had seem absolutely primititve. Like a MAC vs an old DOS based PC. I'm kind of surprised now it took so long for someone to do this. Pairing, Connections, Redials, Call Backs, and doing Name Dial on the Phone are a breeze with this thing and you know exactly what is going on with it since it tells you
I would note that if you have a ringtone playing Motorola RAZR 2 phone like I do I found you have to put it vibrate mode for the Caller ID on the headset to play . Otherwise your ringtone is sent across instead of the caller ID apparantly. I also use it with by business phone, a Windows Mobile 6 Samsung and you do not have to put it in vibrate mode for Caller ID to work.
Call Quality is great, Ive yet to have anyone tell me they could hear road noise in the background. People talking loudly very close by seems to be the only time someone complains.
I do have to say the Jawbone looks a little better, but if you can compromise on style a little bit I believe this is by far the most useful headset on the market and I've tried all the high end ones.