I am sorry, but for the most part sound quality blows when it comes to Bluetooth audio options. Perhaps this headset is honestly different, but I tend to doubt it.
Voice activation, for the most part, is still a technology waiting to realize its promise. One product that has managed to integrate voice activation effectively, however, is the mobile phone. A wireless headset can free your hands and make calling easier as well as safer.
The reasonably priced Logitech Mobile Freedom headset covers all the basics without breaking a sweat. Although most people will use this headset to minimize calling distractions while driving a car or performing other activities, it also works well as a wireless headset for Bluetooth-equipped PCs.
Look and Feel
With a solid no-nonsense appearance, the Mobile Freedom is a little larger than competing models, and at 0.81 ounces, it’s not the lightest headset available. But in use, it’s light enough to be comfortable, once you get the hang of adjusting the ear clip. And the size allows for long battery life and a microphone and earpiece that are big enough to provide excellent calling quality.
The foam-covered earpiece is about 1.25 inches in diameter, and is held firmly over either ear with a rotating clip. The microphone extends about 2 inches from the earpiece and has a granular, porous covering. This covering is a key part of Logitech’s “WindStop” technology, which effectively eliminates background wind noise from your calls…. Source: NewsFactorNetwork