The Good The Jabra Supreme UC powerfully merges corporate and cellular voice communication. Its noise cancellation and voice command features are top-notch.
The Bad At $149, the Jabra Supreme UC is pricey compared with other headsets with similar features, and is large when its mic boom is unfurled. The device lacks Mac support.
The Bottom Line The Jabra Supreme UC isn't cheap, but it delivers excellent performance and a great way to chat hands-free over cellular and PC telephone systems.
Jabra SUPREME UC MS Headset
Editors' note: We recently reviewed the Jabra Supreme headset. Because of the two devices' similar build and features, applicable portions of that review will be used in this evaluation of the Jabra Supreme UC.
Bluetooth headsets are an indispensable accessory for people who spend a good deal of their time on the phone. For the corporate worker who conducts business remotely, a device that unifies mobile handsets and office telephone systems is even more valuable. One such gadget is the $149 Jabra Supreme UC. Not only does it offer an easy way to merge PC and cellular voice communications, but also its impressive speech commands and noise cancellation abilities are tough to beat.
The Jabra Supreme UC is essentially the same device as the Jabra Supreme, the major difference being a tiny USB Bluetooth adapter included in the box. Called the Jabra Link 360, the adapter plugs into PCs to enable hands-free calls over Skype or IP office phone systems.