Episode 351 – Amazon Kindle Fire, Jawbone Icon Headset

Posted on 02. Jan, 2012 by in Uncategorized

iTunes MP4 Version

Kindle Fire, Full Color 7″ Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi

Jawbone ICON-Series Thinker Bluetooth Headset (Black)

6 Responses to “Episode 351 – Amazon Kindle Fire, Jawbone Icon Headset”

  1. Soph R

    22. Mar, 2012

    I just got my hands on the Jawbone Prime actually (my first dabble into bluetooth headsets!). There aren’t too many places that sell them in the UK anymore so I went through these guys. I have to say it’s a pretty nice piece of kit. The design is pretty classy and I love the noise cancellation.

    I might upgrade to the Icon at some point though, as my daughter has her eye on this one lol… I’m wondering if it really is a step up from the Prime or if I should just stick to what I know…

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