"No frills Bluetooth headset"3.0 starson by Dark Wanderer
Pros: Simple syncing to devise, flip out mic, over ear, no ear bud
Cons: Shiny parts pick up finger prints, smudge and scratch easy, cheap felling volume buttons
Summary: For the most part this is your basic Bluetooth headset with a few extras thrown in for good measure. If you like this style headset you will be happy with its form function.
Pro: Unlike in past models all that is needed to sync this devise open the flip out mic and have it close to the devise you want to sync to. No more holding down buttons to but the headset into sync mode. The volume gets very loud, and the noise cancelation is good. There are still some higher pitch sounds that will make it through but they are far and few between. While the mic is in the close position the device is off so it helps to save on battery life. As with many Bluetooth headsets in the Motorola HXXX line this one has one button call answering and disconnecting, as well as built in mute.
Cons: The stylized shiny parts can be over looked for the most part however the cheap felling volume buttons can?t. As the successor to not only the H700) which I had and did not find a problem with the volume buttons) and the H710 one would think that this type of issue would not happen. On the volume buttons the volume controls are reversed. Pressing the top buttons lowers the volume while pressing the lower one raises the volume. Contradictory to the H700 controls a minor nuisance at most.
Like I said before overall there is nothing wrong with this headset if you can overlook the few flaws you should be very happy with this Bluetooth device.