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AiZen FlyBy Bluetooth Headset Review

Posted on Wednesday, February 01 2006 @ 13:44:27 CET by LSDsmurf


Bluetooth headsets nowadays are a dime a dozen. Though their designs vary from brand to brand, practically all of the headsets on the market share the same core design principals. One of which is the way they are worn. Every Bluetooth headset I have previously reviewed, as well as all the ones I have only seen, attaches to your ear via a hook. While some hook designs work better than others, the hook design as a whole can be rather cumbersome; they are either hard to put on, do not hold the headset on your ear very well, and/or are uncomfortable. Leave it to a young startup company comprised of a group of Bluetooth specialists to come up with a headset design that does away with the hook design altogether. The FlyBy Bluetooth headset from AiZen is just that. Just how did AiZen do away with the hook and how well does the FlyBy work? Read on and find out.



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