Jabra Go 6470 review: Jabra Go 6470

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CNET Editors' Rating

3.5 stars Very good
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The Good Excellent configurable base station. Choice of in-ear Bluetooth or headset style. Good audio clarity.

The Bad Definitely not the budget option. Documentation is a weak point. Can't wirelessly connect to a PC.

The Bottom Line It's not cheap, but Jabra's wireless Bluetooth desk set brings style and comfort to an otherwise business-centric product line.

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While you can buy Bluetooth headsets alone in a range of colours and styles, when it comes to desk sets — Bluetooth headsets designed not just for mobile use but also for connecting up to desk phones and soft phones, and for unified communication purposes — staid and steady usually rules the roost from a design perspective. Jabra's Go 6470 surprised us then, as while it's definitely a business-centric desk set solution, it's actually rather stylish.

The look of the Go 6470 gives it a great mix point between looking professional without looking too much like a staid and boring business phone set. The base has nicely rounded corners and a matte finish, which means it won't gunge up with fingerprints or dust over time. It's also nicely compact, leaving plenty of desk space for other office accoutrements.

When you first open the Go 6470 box, it's hard not to feel a little overwhelmed. There's the base station itself, a fairly standard Bluetooth headset with pre-installed ear hook, a larger headphone-style optional headset for those who prefer the call centre look, an installation manual and a fold-out installation poster plus chargers for all of the above. Annoyingly, while you've got two types of installation documentation provided, neither are terribly deep in the detail stakes where it counts.


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Jabra Go 6470

Part Number: CNETJabra Go 6470

Typical Price: $479.00

See manufacturer website for availability.