Archive for July, 2008
Latte Mocha Series – Echo Cancellation and Noise Reduction by DSP Technology Bluetooth Headset Review
Reviewed by K.C. Kim
Latte’s DSP technology produces crystal clear sound via noise reduction and echo cancellation. The Latte Mocha is super lightweight that not only provides maximum comfort even for long wearing periods, but also facilitates easy storage when the device is not in use. It allows you to talk freely even when your phone is in your pocket or across the room.
Crystal clear sound
Voice dialing capable
30ft distance range
Type: Bluetooth Headset
DSP Technology: Noise Reduction & Echo Cancellation
Long operation time: up to 7 talk time and 170 hours standby time
Black – Latte Mocha Chocolate
White – Latte Mocha Vanilla
Silver – Latte Mocha Silver Maple
Blue – Latte Mocha Blueberry
Red – Latte Mocha Raspberry
Intro: I have been a fan of Latte products since reviewing their Latte Boom and Latte Slim. And then they released some nice MP4 players. Now they are offering some premium Bluetooth Headsets. This headset will be perfect for anyone looking for a headset for their iPhone or 3G iPhone.
Design: The first thing that comes to mind when putting the headset in ear is how comfortable it is. Usually the headset I wear are uncomfortable. While the Latte Bluetooth is the most comfortable headset I have worn. Also coming in 5 colors everybody will be happy along with excellent design and quality build quality.
Functions: This bluetooth has advanced features such as Echo Cancellation and Noise Reduction. In testing the headset performed well reducing outside noise and echo. Sound quality is actually pretty good. I have found it overall clear when talking to someone on the headset. Also features Bluetooth v.2.0 so has a better than average battery life – the makers claim 7 hours talk time and 170 hours standby
Conclusion: For the price you won’t find a better bluetooth headset with noise reduction, echo cancellation, clear sound, comfortable fit, and good value. It would be perfect to pair with your favorite cell phone like the 3G iPhone.
9.0 out of 10
Buy this now at Latte Zone HERE and select online shops
Reviewed by K.C. Kim
QVGA Quality (320×240) resolution
- Rechargeable (USB) battery provides
up to 4 hours of viewing time
Intro: I remember seeing the first Glasstron LCD headset and thought how cool it would be to own one. Unfortunately those days it ran for $1,000 or so. Now with costs cheaper than before Myvu has presented in present day several LCD headset that won’t break the bank. Here are review the MyVu Personal Media Player Solo Plus Edition.
Design: The design of the Myvu is futuristic and stylish. It’s well constructed in all black with built in earphones. The LCD headset is mostly made of plastic but seems to be of decent quality. I think many have compared the design to Cyclops eyewear in X-men.
Function: The MyVu Solo Plus Edition is not going to win any awards for top notch picture quality. But I say it is of decent quality for its price. Sound is also decent but not anything too great. Overall the quality of video and sound is average. This is expected with a bargain $199 price tag. Documentation is a bit lacking so I would suggest you go to the official site to view the pdf manual which better than what’s included. The MyVu solo plus Edition is compatible with the iPod Touch, iPod Nano 3rd Gen, iPod classic (which is the unit I tested it on), iPod 5th generation.
Conclusion: The MyVu Solo Plus Edition is a perfect ideal travel solution for kids on long road trips. Also if travel a lot you can get away with carrying these around when a television is not available to watch your iPod encoded videos. For its price the MyVu is a bargain. I expect the technology in LCD headset to improve so definitely can’t wait to see what MyVu has in the future. With that being said while not perfect I still think the MyVu Solo Plus Edition is a good value to any iPod owners.
7.0 Out of 10
Purchase item HERE