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    I've been using my original Jawbone for VOIP in BF2 and WoW but it lacks multipoint, so if I want to use it with my Droid while I'm on the road, I have to pair it each time I change what device I want it paired to.

    What modern headset with multipoint would you recommend for use with both my computer and my Droid? And perhaps also pairing with the Logitech USB Bluetooth adapter at the office that came with my keyboard/mouse combo.

    I'm leaning towards the Jawbone Icon, but the Jabra Extreme also looks like a possibility.
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    Re: Bluetooth headset

    My Jawbone Icon "Rogue" arrived this week and I'm getting used to it. I've managed to download the "Ace" voice (sounds like Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft) and have received a single call on my phone with it, which was a little rocky as I think the caller had trouble hearing me. (I don't use my phone much, maybe a call every other day.) I'm hoping to test it as a VOIP game headset soon.
    Dude, seriously, WHAT handkerchief?

    snooggums' density principal: "The more dense a population, the more dense a population."

    Iliana: "You're a great friend but if we're ever chased by zombies I'm tripping you."

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      Re: Bluetooth headset

      Hmm, I swore I replied to this thread...guess the post never went through.

      Anyways....

      You might hit a spotty connection using a BT headset if your computer area has a lot of 2.4 GHz signals around (like: wireless mice, G wireless router + adapters, etc). I'm not sure if your BT headset incorporates any channel switching in it to avoid over crowded channels.

      As for the Jawbone vs. Jabra, I was going to suggest the Jabra. Personally I never could get that first generation Jawbone working on any of the 3 phones I tried it on. The earpiece worked fine, but the mic sensor wouldn't pick up anything even jabbing it right into that spot on my jaw line.
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