The Jabra Supreme UC is more expensive than most on-ear Bluetooth headsets, but for that price you get very good voice quality, driver-friendly voice-dialing and other commands, good noise cancellation, and and a Bluetooth adapter for PCs that works with Skype and other VOIP applications, along with some VOIP-based office phone systems. An Android app lets you configure the headset's features, including noise cancellation. The Supreme UC isn't for everyone (forget about using it for music, or for the gym), and some of its best features work mainly with Windows PCs and Android phones, so Mac/iOS users might want to look elsewhere. But if you're on the phone a lot and want to use the same headset in the office and the car, it may be just what you need.
How It Stacks Up
Voyager PRO HD
Bluetooth Headset Series 2
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