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i.Tech MyVoice 610 Review

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Functionality:

Pairing the headset was pretty straightforward – after enabling its pairing mode, our smartphone recognized the Bluetooth device right away and established connection. Support for multiport pairing enables the headset to handle calls from two cellphones simultaneously. Unfortunately, we could only get the MyVoice 610 to work during phone calls, which is sad because it would have been great if other applications such as media players or instant messengers could take advantage of it.

When we started using the headset, the sound quality it provided seemed average. It may have sounded slightly digitized, yet it was loud enough for both parties, with low levels of noise, and no choppiness. Unfortunately, after several days of extensive testing, we found out that once the battery got halfway depleted, the sound started getting somewhat muffled making it a bit hard to understand what the other party was saying. This might have something to do with the noise canceling technology, which is done in software instead of by using a second microphone. Once the battery got fully charged again, everything was back as it was in the beginning.

i.Tech MyVoice 610 Review
i.Tech MyVoice 610 Review

The battery performance of the MyVoice 610 is pretty decent – a full charge will provide about 5 hours of talk time and up to 130 of standing by. According to the manufacturer, a complete battery charge takes approximately three hours, but if you happen to be in a rush and the headset is out of juice, a 15-minute quick charge should provide about an hour and a half of talk time.


Conclusion:

Judging by the prices of previous i.Tech products, the MyVoice 610 wireless headset is going to be relatively budget-friendly in comparison to offers by other manufacturers with similar features. It is light, slim, and comfortable so it is a good pick if you intend to wear it for extended periods of time. However, it is still far from perfect so if you get picky when it comes to your gadgets, you may want to put the i.Tech headset back on the shelf. On the other hand, if you are looking for a simple Bluetooth handsfree that will not burn a hole through your wallet, then picking the MyVoice 610 will be a wise choice.

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Pros

  • Lightweight and comfortable to wear
  • Brushed aluminum casing

Cons

  • Inconvenient to use multifunctional button
  • Putting it on takes some getting used to
  • Lack of mains power charger
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