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BlueAnt Z9i

a bluetooth earpiece

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The only time I want an ant in my ear!

  • Sep 29, 2009
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So I live in California, where the law says that you cannot take calls on your cell phone when you're driving. I assume this is in result of the multiple accidents caused by drivers that chose to focus more on their phone rather than getting to their destinations...you know..whatever! It's going to happen with a handy technology like the cell phone.

And then enter stage left, the BlueTooth, the answer to all our driving needs. Well, it took me a while to get a BlueTooth because I actually didn't ever need to be on the phone while I was driving. There was nothing that couldn't wait until I got somewhere; until of course I started having a lot of con call meetings after I began working remotely. It was time to become one of those people with a blinking ear. However, to set things straight ahead of time, I ONLY use it when in con calls or driving.

Anyway, I went to Fry's and it was really hard to sift through the jungle of various types. I don't want to spend $200 on a BlueTooth and I also don't want to spend $20 and not be able to hear anyone or get a lot of outside noise. To my surprise the guy in that area was very well knowledgeable about all the earpieces.

We all know the Jawbone is sleek, classy looking, professional and highly effecient, but who wants to spend $130 on an earpiece, well I don't! That's when the guy directed me to the BlueAnt. He informed me that if I wanted quality at a significantly cheaper price this little black thing was the way to go.

It looked pretty dinky next to Jawbone. A delicate little black earpiece, $40 with all the features that I needed to run a successful call while driving. This little Ant has a the best battery life and has never failed me. It also doesn't look as obnoxious as some of the other ear pieces. Actually with my hair down, you can't even notice it and the sound quality is excellent. It's no Bose sound system, but good quality for professional phone calls and the ear piece goes comfortably around your ear on either side. So...done and done!

Take my advice (and the guy from Fry's), save yourself some money and get good quality by purchasing the BlueAnt. Just don't lose this little guy, you'll be very sad.
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About this product

The BlueAnt Z9i is the follow up to the award winning and highly successful Z9 Bluetooth Headset. The device includes additional box contents and enhanced features, and BlueAnt's revolutionary Digital Signal Processing solution, Voice Isolation Technology. This gives the Z9i outstanding noise suppression, echo cancellation and wind noise reduction. In noisy environments, you can switch to Voice Isolation Max mode, which gives clear communications while cutting out background noise

Wiki

BlueAnt Wireless is a designer and distributor of Bluetooth devices and accessories, headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, and with offices in San Francisco and London,

Their product range includes Bluetooth headsets for hands-free mobile phone conversations and speakerphones designed to attach to the sun-visor of a car for in-car hands-free conversations.

Q1

Launched April 1, 2009, the BlueAnt Q1 allows users to easily control their headset with simple Voice Commands rather than pressing multiple buttons or even looking at the phone. For example, the Q1 supports such commands as “Redial”, “Call back”, “Answer/ignore call,” and “Check battery.” Users can even ask the Q1, “What can I say?”, and the headset will verbally list all features available on the device[1].

The headset also features noise cancelling and Bluetooth multipoint technology (which allows two active mobile phones to be connected at the same time)[2].


 

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