jawbone icon Review: Jawbone Icon Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headset

The guys at engadget unboxes the Jawbone Icon bluetooth headset. Head over to this post to read the review or view the gallery here.

Aliph's hit the spot with six pretty rad designs for this one product range alone, while offering a fresh platform to customize each Icon headset and making it easier to use at the same time. More importantly, the Icon has a noise elimination trick that actually produces results, although we'd like to see that pairing bug fixed with a firmware update sometime soon.





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One Response to “Review: Jawbone Icon Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headset”
  1. I bought the Jawbone about a month ago. I rarely talk on my cell phone without a Bluetooth, so when I heard about the Jawbone, while purchasing my current phone, I thought I’d give it a try. After having it about a month I couldn’t wait to give it back. It looks good but that’s about all I can say good about it. None of the ear pieces fit, the Jawbone NEVER stays put more than a few seconds, with or without the rubber supports or hooks provided. When it starts to slip you sound fuzzy to those on the other end and you are unable to hear them from your end. If you try to adjust it or push it back into your ear it disconnects you, quite easily. I have read many complaints similar to mine.

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