Jabra SUPREME Bluetooth Headset
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With almost all our efforts focused towards finishing all benchmarks regarding our quite huge SSD comparison inside the week it's very natural for all our other reviews to be progressing quite slowly. Thankfully however there are certain devices which one can actually test even without really trying to and can be easily used even if you are miles away from the nearest computer. Now pretty much all of you just by reading our reviews know how much i personally enjoy testing gadgets in general and since time has been limited for the past 2 weeks today i will be taking a closer look at yet another Bluetooth enabled hands free headset, the Supreme by Jabra.
GN Netcom, led by the Jabra brand, continues to build on its standing as one of the world’s leading and fastest growing suppliers of hands-free communications solutions. With approximately 875 employees and sales offices around the world, GN Netcom develops manufactures and markets a broad range of wireless headsets for mobile users and both wireless and corded headsets for contact centre and office-based users. GN Netcom’s business activities also include its original equipment manufacturing (OEM) business to a wide range of global customers including mobile phone, PC and PDA manufacturers.
Although for the past two weeks’ time has been limited due to the large amount of solid state drives we have received for our comparison testing the Supreme Bluetooth headset was not that hard since all our calls during these days went through the Jabra unit with quite remarkable results. Of course as you will all see later on you will either love or hate the design of the Supreme headset and although personally i don't really find the design attractive in the end we are talking about a headset so i think performance (audio clarity/battery life) is what matters the most with such units and the Supreme doesn't disappoint thanks to the state of the art technology package used by Jabra.