Jabra Easygo: Solid, Easy-Access Controls on a Bluetooth Headset

At a Glance

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  • Jabra Easygo

    If you’re the type of headset user who isn’t concerned about style and is looking for a minimum-frills product at an affordable price, the Jabra Easygo is a great contender.

At a Glance

If you’re the type of headset user who isn’t concerned about style and is looking for a minimum-frills product at an affordable price, the Jabra Easygo is a great contender.

Pros

  • Call and volume buttons give good tactile feedback
  • Very affordable

Cons

  • Call button design leads to accidentally ending calls
  • Outgoing voice sounds hollow during many calls
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