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    Jabra JX10 - is smaller really better?

    One thing that cannot be doubted with the JX10 is its size; it’s incredibly small, so much so that it’s easy to forget you are even wearing it. Of course, there are usually compromises that have to be made when designing to this scale but with the JX10 its different, it really is a very complete and competent device.
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    interesting. might be looking for another head set. I managed to forget the pin code for my original Sony Ericsson one so can't pair it with my phone

    wonder is there is any way to do a hardware reset on it?....

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    I use one of these JX10s everday and I have to say it is one of my favourite "toys" works very well

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    I have to say tonight I have had a bad experience - the unit allows you to plug the USB cable in either way around - if you plug it in the wrong way it shorts the laptop (the system I am using at the moment) and the entire thing shuts down....

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    Battery

    What about teh battery life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    I have to say tonight I have had a bad experience - the unit allows you to plug the USB cable in either way around - if you plug it in the wrong way it shorts the laptop (the system I am using at the moment) and the entire thing shuts down....


    In fairness I do need to point out that the other side of the big yellow sticker does state that you shold always take care when plugging in the USB lead as failure to do it properly may lead to problems. It is also shaped, so to put it in the wrong way round does actually require some force...

    In reference to the battery....
    Taken from the review
    With a quoted talk time of six hours plus eight days standby, the JX10's spec is impressive considering its size. The range of the headset is seemingly standard for Jabra, coming in at 10 meters or 33 feet.
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