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    Jabra – BlueTooth headset shootout

    One of the better known companies in this technology segment is Jabra. With a solid network of retailers and an extensive range, they seem to have the market sewn up, but just how good are their products? We got three of them in to try out.
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    Bravo Very handy, keep thinking about purchasing one. Possibly for Skype though, would that work? As in a handsfree headset..

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    I bought the BT250v as for the price you can't beat it. Its comfy, reliable and works plus you don't look like a extra from Star Trek as its worn behind the ear. Who needs to see battery status on an LCD screen or have a specific light bulb, its just more to drain the battery in the first place! The BT250v beeps in your ear when its running out and gives you a decent time before switching off, you can also switch it back on as their is some power left! (NB: in response to it would have been nice to see a small light display on the headset to indicate the remaining power - the light on the top goes dimmer as the battery runs out, a very simple solution). If you want to see if its connected, check your device! I use mine with a XDAIIi which displays a little picture on the top bar. Bottom line, I think this is a great headset for the money, sound quality is top notch and it does exactly what it says on the tin.

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