Aliph Jawbone 2 Is The Best Sounding Bluetooth Headset In The World

Friday, May 1, 2009

Well Aliph has listened because the new Aliph Jawbone 2 has laid those negatives to rest. Not only is it smaller and lighter, the Jawbone 2 also has a simpler ear hook design and a fancy new look that leaves its predecessor in the dust. Superior in design, the Aliph Jawbone 2 has left behind its competitors such as Pama, Parrot and Jabra way behind. Though high priced, Aliph gives value for money products, so people are ready to shell out the money. The new Aliph Jawbone 2 is 50 percent smaller than the original, and steps up the noise elimination with DARPA approved Noise Assassin technology. The new headset also offers improved looks, thanks to its textured exterior and touch sensitive buttons, and lasting battery life, with 4 hours of talk time and up to 8 days of standby service.
If you spend any time on your cell phone and are in the market for a new Bluetooth headset, go buy the Aliph Jawbone 2 right now. It took about one week for the Aliph Jawbone 2 to arrive at my house. Now you can connect the Aliph Jawbone 2 to you mobile phone using Bluetooth and you're ready to talk with style.

The Aliph Jawbone 2 is available now in black for $129.99, though silver and gold versions are coming down the pipeline. Now we have a solution to pair with your favorite smartphone or iPhone, and that is the new Aliph Jawbone 2 Bluetooth Headset. The Aliph Jawbone 2 Bluetooth Headset with Noise Assassin falls out of my ear, makes it all too easy to hang up on a caller when trying to make sure it's boned against your jaw. I've tried every possible combination of ear hooks and earplugs provided with the unit and none fit properly or comfortably. The only problem I've had with it but Its probably me everyone's different.

When the original Jawbone 2 hit the market at the end of 2006 it was the best sounding Bluetooth headset in the world, with noise cancellation that made all our calls clearer and easier to understand. Unfortunately many people couldn't get the bulky unit to fit quite right, even with the myriad ear pieces and loops included. The New Jawbone supports all the functions that you would expect from a Bluetooth headset to support. Since the Jawbone only has two buttons, you will need to memorize the button combinations that you will regularly use. We were hoping to see Bluetooth 2.0 in this version but this at least gives us something to look forward to in the future.

Not only would I would recommend the Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset but I think it should be the first thing you should buy after buying a phone. That being said, it does require that you position the headset in the right manner on your ear while touching your cheek. Fail to position it correctly can cause static or distortion! Jawbone's Noise Assassin is able to achieve this while other headsets cannot.

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Christopher West has been living in florida for 15 years, He's originally from W.VA. He has a girlfriend her name is Theresa. They have been together for 7 years. Christopher enjoy's writing articles he hopes you enjoy his articles as well. Thank You. Reviews on a variety of gadget's cell phones,digital cameras,etc