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It's time to take a look at Jabra‘s newest effort with the Supreme UC, a bluetooth headset that's made not just for your home computer, not just your smartphone and tablet, but both! This device is priced at a premium $149.99 and is crafted to make you love that you've just exchanged such a sum for great sound. It's got a completely collapsable chassis, comes with a carrying case as well as an extra earpiece, and works with a universally acceptable micro USB for power. You've got a single button on the boom for basic voice controls, a giant multifunction button on the facade of the unit, and two volume buttons at the back surrounding the covered micro USB port. The device is an extremely high quality piece of hardware by all outward appearances, and it is rather comfortable to wear. Be sure to check out our hands-on with the Supreme UC from earlier this year - the main man himself gives an introduction! This device is not designed for an extremely active person. Try to do a couple of flips or go for a jog and you'll find yourself wishing you had a bit more of a firm grip around your lobe.
High quality wired and wireless headsets for mobile phones have become ubiquitous. With technology like Beats Audio becoming mainstream, mobile phone users have grown to expect a different level of quality from their mobile headsets. Of course, this is mostly in response to people dashing their stand-alone MP3 players for smartphones that do double duty as mobile communication devices as well as mobile media players.But what about folks who prefer the classic on-ear Bluetooth headset? That's where the Jabra Supreme UC Bluetooth headset comes into play. While we prefer stereo Bluetooth headsets like the Plantronics BackBeat Go for music while commuting or working out, the Jabra Supreme UC is actually a much better headset for straight-up communications.With the ability to pair with up to two devices simultaneously, the Jabra Supreme UC is designed to work with mobile devices like mobile phones and tablets as well as PCs. At first glance this may sound strange, but the Jabra Supreme UC is designed for a world where folks typically communicate via mobile phone as well as PC-based apps like Google+ Hangouts and Skype.
We recently reviewed the Jabra Supreme headset. Because of the two devices' similar build and features, applicable portions of that review will be used in this evaluation of the Jabra Supreme UC. Bluetooth headsets are an indispensable accessory for people who spend a good deal of their time on the phone. For the corporate worker who conducts business remotely, a device that unifies mobile handsets and office telephone systems is even more valuable. One such gadget is the $149 Jabra Supreme UC. Not only does it offer an easy way to merge PC and cellular voice communications, but also its impressive speech commands and noise cancellation abilities are tough to beat. The Jabra Supreme UC is essentially the same device as the Jabra Supreme, the major difference being a tiny USB Bluetooth adapter included in the box. Called the Jabra Link 360, the adapter plugs into PCs to enable hands-free calls over Skype or IP office phone systems. The Supreme UC is an outlier among current Bluetooth headsets. At 0.63 ounce, it's very light and seemingly compact at first glance.
Multifunction devices are no doubt useful in many ways, aside from the obvious fact they're money savers, seeing you only need to buy one single thing as opposed to two. Well, the aims to do just that, as this Bluetooth headset is ready for the mobile experience on both your smartphone and personal computer. Priced at $149.99, it's indeed a premium priced Bluetooth headset, so let's find out if it's worth it in the end.Simply, we're not too ecstatic over the design of the Jabra Supreme UC, mainly because of its larger overall size when compared to other streamlined and more inconspicuous looking headsets. Sure, it's lightweight enough to allow comfort for even prolonged usage, but above all, we detest its extremely loose fit. Specifically, the just doesn't have enough grip to our ear, so it constantly jiggles around when we're moving. Despite that, it's still mildly decent with its overall build quality.Since it lacks a firm grip, we find ourselves fumbling around trying to push down the headset's , which are nearly inaccessible since they're placed towards the rear. However, we don't have any problems trying to press down the large and tactile that's prominently placed on its facade.
Despite the rise of data-centric smartphones, quite a few people still use their handsets for simple voice calls. And for some of those people, a quality Bluetooth headset is a great solution when talking in the car or chatting for long periods in noisy places. For $99.99 the Jabra Supreme brings decent features and quality performance, though its design wasn't what I hoped. Read on to see if this advanced wireless Bluetooth accessory is right for you. Jabra's Supreme certainly bucks the design trend for Bluetooth headsets. At 0.63 ounces, it's very light and seemingly compact at first glance. But after unfurling the device's long boom arm it quickly becomes clear that the Supreme is a much bulkier contraption than your typical mono headset. Not only does the microphone arm protrude a good distance forward, but also the main headset body itself juts a full 1.2 inches from the ear. That girth makes the Supreme veritably plump next to sleek models like the Jawbone Era (0.72 inch). Also adding to the Jabra Supreme's real estate is its large ear loop. Though the adjustable loop is thin and flexible, it didn't latch firmly onto my ear. It also didn't help that it can slide up and down vertically within the headset's base.
Priced at £99, the Jabra SUPREME is among the most expensive headsets around at the moment. Being a product designed and developed by Jabra, we shouldn’t see any problems at all though. The Jabra SUPREME features active noise cancellation technology and the ability to connect to two devices at the same time as well as a feature called HD Voice, so we should see some impressive results. Arriving in a typical Jabra black and yellow themed box, the Jabra SUPREME is accompanied by a USB cable, AC charger, car charger, 1 extra Eargel™, 1 extra Earhook and a quick start guide. A vast range of accessories, but at the high price tag hopefully the performance will somewhat represent that high price. The Jabra SUPREME sports a slightly different design compared with its other relatives and friends in the Jabra product line. Instead of the sleek, clean look that Jabra have always gone for much like the Stone range, they appear to have abandoned their previous ethos on the consumer side of products The Jabra SUPREME has a more traditional Bluetooth headset feel to it whilst also looking professional and more suited to the business user.
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