Go easy with this lightweight and comfortable handsfree Bluetooth headset from Jabra.
With the mobile phone boom in India, the mobile accessories market has also grown at a similar pace. Bluetooth mono handsfree kits have become an essential accessory to have with a phone.
Jabra, a Bluetooth handsfree manufacturer, has a new mono handsfree kit called Jabra Easy Go. The Easy Go handsfree kit gets its name from its easy and uncomplicated operation and simple, yet effective, features.
Easy Go has a simple, yet elegant black colour design with a silver trim. The size of this kit is not very small, but its slim profile gives it a touch of class.
Voice clarity and volume are good thanks to Bluetooth 2.1 EDR (enhanced data rate), along with DSP (digital sound processing) technology. While, on the other hand, the microphone disappoints a little as it is not very effective in noisy conditions.
Battery life is a major hit and one of the key reasons to buy this device. The company claims that Easy Go can deliver talktime of around 6 hours (under standards conditions), and during our test, Easy Go lasted for more than five hours of talktime with usage spread over three days.
Jabra Easy Go has a marked price of a little over Rs 2,100 and will naturally be available for much less. Considering the features and aesthetics of this device, Jabra Easy Go comes highly recommended.
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