Fresh off the presses, the Mobile Edge Bluetooth Headset smartly named the Comfort Fit was featured in the September 2009 Edition of Car and Driver Magazine. In their "Gear Box" section, editors reviewed five different headsets. All priced well over $100 ($120 to $130), our Comfort Fit Headset is priced at $59.99. It's nice to know that companies like Mobile Edge can produce a quality product that is half the price of its competition.In a time where people really do not
How to drive and yak on your cell phone ... legally By Lynn Greiner, IT Business The Mobile Edge PowerSmart Headset only claims up to 6 hours talk time, or up to 150 hours standby, but it does have one more trick up its sleeve: an Ultra Power Save mode that lets it nap for up to 60 days.The headset looks rather like a USB key, complete with cap and attached lanyard, until you give the cap a little twist and pull it off to reveal the earpiece (you get three sizes to choose from). To use the device, you bend
"Audio quality is quite outstanding, mainly thanks to the flanged earpiece, which keeps the headset nice and snug in your ears, blocking outside noise."