that we would release a full review of the , and indeed we have. Our verdict? Despite the headset's stodgy looks, it has quite possibly the best overall call quality of any Bluetooth headset we've ever tried. This combined with the Voyager Pro's comfortable fit grants it an Editors' Choice award.
I tested the headset out in a variety of situations--a quiet home environment, in a moving vehicle, in a large noisy crowd, and in front of an indoor fan--and it passed all of them with flying colors. The voice quality did get less natural-sounding the more background noise there was, but it still came through loud and clear. Most impressive was how it handled the wind noise from the fan; even though callers could still hear the wind (it sounded like paper being crumpled up), they could still hear our voice very clearly through the noise. Also impressive was the incoming call quality, a factor that's often ignored in most Bluetooth headsets.
I could go on about this, but I'll let you check outfor yourself. The Voyager Pro is available now for $99.99, which makes it more affordable than the $129.99 price on the . Get the Jawbone Prime if you want a stylish headset with good call quality. But if you don't care about looks and just want the best-sounding headset out there, the Voyager Pro is the better bet.