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Bluetrek Bizz Bluetooth headset review

Bluetrek Bizz Bluetooth headset review

It cannot be said that the idea was just on the surface. It’s just that many people use headsets in the office, it’s convenient when there are a lot of calls, you have time to talk and type something on the keyboard, communicate via IM managers, and so on. Many office workers also use "flash drives", dragging documents, shmakta acts, pictures and much more into their depths. A device called Bluetrek Bizz combines both. Let's see how well the crossing process went.

Design, construction

The appearance of the device is not bad, the headset does not look large, so, the usual average size, more male than female, was visually reduced due to the silver inserts dividing the length Suzuki Swift, between which a multifunctional (it's the only) key is inscribed. It is not noticeable at all, except that the material is different – velvety plastic, while the rest of the front part is lacquered. Below we see rough black plastic, the inserts here turn into a kind of silver block, the paint did not seem reliable to me, and there are roughness in the assembly. You can see all this if you want, otherwise I liked the design, there are no squeaks, backlash, everything is quite reliable and thorough. You can’t even tell at first that something is being filmed and disassembled here. The weight of the headset is small, only about ten grams, it is not felt at all on the ear.

I really liked the delivery package, there is no fashion plaque, the fabric strap is neat and strict, it has a special bracket for fastening, plus, there is everything you need: nozzles and temples of different sizes, a car charger (very useful), plus more and an interesting USB cable. Rating "excellent" for such a set, there is nothing to add.

Wearing style, comfort

The headset can be worn with or without a bow, it seemed to me that the second option was more convenient, a large nozzle suited me. This method does not cause the slightest discomfort, and the bow on the ear is not felt at all, look at them, what kind of pain there can be if they are almost transparent. The strap adds to the convenience, the only thing I didn't quite like was having to remove the Bizz from the mount to talk, although it's not that difficult.

The headset looks beautiful on the ear, fits any clothes, I can safely say that it is somehow elegant in its own way, this cannot be taken away. Well, it's a male option. I can safely recommend it to those who wear glasses, with or without a temple, there will be no problems.

Management

A bold decision – to abandon all the usual elements and leave only one key for all manipulations, it is located on the front panel and is responsible for turning the device on / off, entering pairing mode (hold for seven seconds, the password is standard, "0000" ), last number redial, voice dialing activation, switching between lines. The volume is controlled from the phone, the indicator lights are tiny, visible only when pairing or connecting to a computer for data transfer occurs. In principle, I can’t say that I missed something, everything is quite convenient, simple.

Typeface as a "flash drive"

Clearly, everything described above is not as interesting as the "chip" of this thing. We remove the cap, which is attached to the body with a plastic jumper (I was constantly afraid to tear it off), we find a thin USB connector. Moreover, there is a tiny microSD-card slot above it, in the kit there is one with a capacity of 512 MB. Support for microSD cards up to 8 GB is provided, there is some content on a standard card, this is a headset presentation, pairing instructions, instructions for basic functionality – you can safely erase the whole thing. I tested the headset paired with a laptop on Vista, a 70 MB file is transferred in ten seconds, it's very cool. Moreover, Nokia N82 fell into my hands literally during testing, and in a matter of minutes I filled all two gigabytes of a complete card with all sorts of junk like music, photos, and so on, even recorded a couple of cartoons. I was frankly pleased with the approach of the creators, because now there are a lot of phones with support for just such cards, so the usefulness here lies right in the palm of your hand. And for me, the headset is interesting, by and large, precisely as a card reader: you don’t always have a phone cable with you, adapters that turn microSD into SD are constantly lost, but here it seems like a useful thing, but at the same time with a card you can do something then do it. Very, very convenient. A definite plus for the developers and Bluetrek.

Battery, operating time

According to the manufacturer, Bizz can work up to seven hours during a call, up to two hundred and forty hours in standby mode, in practice this time turned out to be not quite the same, but close – you have about six hours of conversation in reserve. This is a lot, believe me, with an hour of talking on the headset a day, you will have enough of it for the whole working week, especially if you remember to turn it off at night. Moreover, the possibility of charging the device is also a special line. Firstly, it is charged from the USB port, that is, when you do something with the “flash drive”, it is charging in parallel. Secondly, you can either use the bundled adapter cable (handy for stationary PCs) or simply plug the headset into the port (handy for laptops). Thirdly, there is also a cigarette lighter adapter in the kit, which is just wonderful. So see for yourself, can you physically stay with an “empty” headset, if almost all situations are provided for? Unless there is a pencil case included.

The only disadvantage of the headset in terms of power supply is a long charging time from the USB port, it takes about two hours to fill it “to the bottom”. Although in the workflow this time will fly by unnoticed. Or in the evening watching a movie on a laptop. And you can also buy a network adapter and not think about the bad at all.

Phone connection, sound quality

The device was tested in tandem with the Nokia N82, the faithful 81 is now put aside, as InUse is sprinkled on it (it will be on the site on Friday), and then it will appear in the articles as a music laboratory to test the appropriate accessories. So, the pairing was almost instant, thanks to the 2.0 profile used. Communication breaks, any other "sins" were also not noticed, the connection was reliable and at a distance of up to five meters, then artifacts, noise, and so on begin. As for voice transmission, everything is at an average level here – crackling, echo, noise, apparently, this part was paid not so much attention as the “flash drive”, which is a pity, it could have turned out just a wonderful device. At first I still hoped that it was just the atmosphere in the apartment, unreliable and not the best, but after trying Bizz in the open air, I was also not impressed – average, very average. Voice dialing works more or less adequately, the name "Murtazin", however, was not found on the first try, and the point here is not at all in the phone. The set melody is transferred to the headset, there are no problems with this. There is no noise reduction system, so, in fact, Bizz is more or less possible to talk only in quiet conditions.

Conclusions

What do we get as a result? A unique headset that can be both a card reader and a "flash drive", but, paradoxically, it does not fulfill its main function "good" or "excellent". And it will cost, by the way, about two thousand rubles. The strengths include the already mentioned data transfer capabilities, it is comfortable to wear, has a good design and operating time, and an excellent bundle. How much you need it – decide for yourself, the product is curious, I can not recommend it for purchase due to the indicated reasons.

I would also note that among the company's products, this is the only thing that has evoked a positive response in my soul. So the comrades are on the right path. I would like to work on the sound quality, and you can already use it with might and main.

Bluetrek Bizz Bluetooth headset review

It cannot be said that the idea was just on the surface. It’s just that many people use headsets in the office, it’s convenient when there are a lot of calls, you have time to talk and type something on the keyboard, communicate via IM managers, and so on. Many office workers also use "flash drives", dragging documents, shmakta acts, pictures and much more into their depths. A device called Bluetrek Bizz combines both. Let's see how well the crossing process went.

Design, construction

The appearance of the device is not bad, the headset does not look large, so, the usual average size, more male than female, was visually reduced due to the silver inserts dividing the length Suzuki Swift, between which a multifunctional (it's the only) key is inscribed. It is not noticeable at all, except that the material is different – velvety plastic, while the rest of the front part is lacquered. Below we see rough black plastic, the inserts here turn into a kind of silver block, the paint did not seem reliable to me, and there are roughness in the assembly. You can see all this if you want, otherwise I liked the design, there are no squeaks, backlash, everything is quite reliable and thorough. You can’t even tell at first that something is being filmed and disassembled here. The weight of the headset is small, only about ten grams, it is not felt at all on the ear.

I really liked the delivery package, there is no fashion plaque, the fabric strap is neat and strict, it has a special bracket for fastening, plus, there is everything you need: nozzles and temples of different sizes, a car charger (very useful), plus more and an interesting USB cable. Rating "excellent" for such a set, there is nothing to add.

Wearing style, comfort

The headset can be worn with or without a bow, it seemed to me that the second option was more convenient, a large nozzle suited me. This method does not cause the slightest discomfort, and the bow on the ear is not felt at all, look at them, what kind of pain there can be if they are almost transparent. The strap adds to the convenience, the only thing I didn't quite like was having to remove the Bizz from the mount to talk, although it's not that difficult.

The headset looks beautiful on the ear, will suit any clothes, I can safely say that it is somehow elegant in its own way, this cannot be taken away. Well, it's a male option. I can safely recommend it to those who wear glasses, with or without a temple, there will be no problems.

Management

A bold decision – to abandon all the usual elements and leave only one key for all manipulations, it is located on the front panel and is responsible for turning the device on / off, entering pairing mode (hold for seven seconds, the password is standard, "0000" ), last number dialing, voice dialing activation, switching between lines. The volume is controlled from the phone, the indicator lights are tiny, visible only when pairing or connecting to a computer for data transfer occurs. In principle, I can’t say that I missed something, everything is quite convenient, simple.

Typeface as a "flash drive"

Clearly, everything described above is not as interesting as the "trick" of this thing. We remove the cap, which is attached to the case with a plastic jumper (I was constantly afraid to tear it off), we find a thin USB connector. Moreover, there is a tiny microSD-card slot above it, in the kit there is one with a capacity of 512 MB. Support for microSD cards up to 8 GB is provided, there is some content on a standard card, this is a headset presentation, pairing instructions, instructions for basic functionality – you can safely erase the whole thing. I tested the headset paired with a laptop on Vista, a 70 MB file is transferred in ten seconds, it's very cool. Moreover, Nokia N82 fell into my hands literally during testing, and in a matter of minutes I filled all two gigabytes of a complete card with all sorts of junk like music, photos, and so on, even recorded a couple of cartoons. I was frankly pleased with the approach of the creators, because now there are a lot of phones with support for just such cards, so the usefulness here lies right in the palm of your hand. And for me, the headset is interesting, by and large, precisely as a card reader: you don’t always have a phone cable with you, adapters that turn microSD into SD are constantly lost, but here it seems like a useful thing, but at the same time with a card you can do something then do it. Very, very convenient. A definite plus for the developers and Bluetrek.

Battery, operating time

According to the manufacturer, Bizz can work up to seven hours during a call, up to two hundred and forty hours in standby mode, in practice this time turned out to be not quite the same, but close – you have about six hours of conversation in reserve. This is a lot, believe me, with an hour of talking on the headset a day, you will have enough of it for the whole working week, especially if you remember to turn it off at night. Moreover, the possibility of charging the device is also a special line. Firstly, it is charged from the USB port, that is, when you do something with the “flash drive”, it is charging in parallel. Secondly, you can either use the bundled adapter cable (handy for stationary PCs) or simply plug the headset into the port (handy for laptops). Thirdly, there is also a cigarette lighter adapter in the kit, which is just wonderful. So see for yourself, can you physically stay with an “empty” headset, if almost all situations are provided for? Unless there is a pencil case included.

The only disadvantage of the headset in terms of power supply is a long charging time from the USB port, it takes about two hours to fill it “to the bottom”. Although in the workflow this time will fly by unnoticed. Or in the evening watching a movie on a laptop. And you can also buy a network adapter and not think about the bad at all.

Phone connection, sound quality

The device was tested in tandem with the Nokia N82, the faithful 81 is now put aside, as InUse is sprinkled on it (it will be on the site on Friday), and then it will appear in the articles as a music laboratory to test the appropriate accessories. So, the pairing was almost instant, thanks to the 2.0 profile used. Communication breaks, any other "sins" were also not noticed, the connection was reliable and at a distance of up to five meters, then artifacts, noise, and so on begin. As for voice transmission, everything is at an average level here – crackling, echo, noise, apparently, this part was paid not so much attention as the “flash drive”, which is a pity, it could have turned out just a wonderful device. At first I still hoped that it was just the atmosphere in the apartment, unreliable and not the best, but after trying Bizz in the open air, I was also not impressed – average, very average. Voice dialing works more or less adequately, the name "Murtazin", however, was not found on the first try, and the point here is not at all in the phone. The set melody is transferred to the headset, there are no problems with this. There is no noise reduction system, so, in fact, Bizz is more or less possible to talk only in quiet conditions.

Design, construction

The appearance of the device is not bad, the headset does not look large, so, the usual average size, more male than female, visually reduced due to the silver inserts dividing the length Suzuki Swift, between which a multifunctional (it's the only) key is inscribed. It is not noticeable at all, except that the material is different – velvety plastic, while the rest of the front part is lacquered. Below we see rough black plastic, the inserts here turn into a kind of silver block, the paint did not seem reliable to me, and there are roughness in the assembly. You can see all this if you want, otherwise I liked the design, there are no squeaks, backlash, everything is pretty reliable and thorough. You can’t even tell at first that something is being filmed and disassembled here. The weight of the headset is small, only about ten grams, it is not felt at all on the ear.

I really liked the delivery package, there is no fashion plaque, the fabric strap is neat and strict, it has a special bracket for fastening, plus, there is everything you need: nozzles and temples of different sizes, a car charger (very useful), plus more and an interesting USB cable. Rating "excellent" for such a set, there is nothing to add.

Wearing style, comfort

The headset can be worn with or without a bow, it seemed to me that the second option was more convenient, a large nozzle suited me. This method does not cause the slightest discomfort, and the bow on the ear is not felt at all, look at them, what kind of pain there can be if they are almost transparent. The strap adds to the convenience, the only thing I didn't quite like was having to remove the Bizz from the mount to talk, although it's not that difficult.

The headset looks beautiful on the ear, will suit any clothes, I can safely say that it is somehow elegant in its own way, this cannot be taken away. Well, it's a male option. I can safely recommend it to those who wear glasses, with or without a temple, there will be no problems.

Management

A bold decision – to abandon all the usual elements and leave only one key for all manipulations, it is located on the front panel and is responsible for turning the device on / off, entering pairing mode (hold for seven seconds, the password is standard, "0000" ), last number dialing, voice dialing activation, switching between lines. The volume is controlled from the phone, the indicator lights are tiny, visible only when pairing or connecting to a computer for data transfer occurs. In principle, I can’t say that I missed something, everything is quite convenient, simple.

Typeface as a "flash drive"

Clearly, everything described above is not as interesting as the "trick" of this thing. We remove the cap, which is attached to the case with a plastic jumper (I was constantly afraid to tear it off), we find a thin USB connector. Moreover, there is a tiny microSD-card slot above it, in the kit there is one with a capacity of 512 MB. Support for microSD cards up to 8 GB is provided, there is some content on a standard card, this is a headset presentation, pairing instructions, instructions for basic functionality – you can safely erase the whole thing. I tested the headset paired with a laptop on Vista, a 70 MB file is transferred in ten seconds, it's very cool. Moreover, Nokia N82 fell into my hands literally during testing, and in a matter of minutes I filled all two gigabytes of a complete card with all sorts of junk like music, photos, and so on, even recorded a couple of cartoons. I was frankly pleased with the approach of the creators, because now there are a lot of phones with support for just such cards, so the usefulness here lies right in the palm of your hand. And for me, the headset is interesting, by and large, precisely as a card reader: you don’t always have a phone cable with you, adapters that turn microSD into SD are constantly lost, but here it seems like a useful thing, but at the same time with a card you can do something then do it. Very, very convenient. A definite plus for the developers and Bluetrek.

Battery, operating time

According to the manufacturer, Bizz can work up to seven hours during a call, up to two hundred and forty hours in standby mode, in practice this time turned out to be not quite the same, but close – you have about six hours of conversation in reserve. This is a lot, believe me, with an hour of talking on the headset a day, you will have enough of it for the whole working week, especially if you remember to turn it off at night. Moreover, the possibility of charging the device is also a special line. Firstly, it is charged from the USB port, that is, when you do something with the “flash drive”, it is charging in parallel. Secondly, you can either use the bundled adapter cable (handy for stationary PCs) or simply plug the headset into the port (handy for laptops). Thirdly, there is also a cigarette lighter adapter in the kit, which is just wonderful. So see for yourself, can you physically stay with an “empty” headset, if almost all situations are provided for? Unless there is a pencil case included.

The only disadvantage of the headset in terms of power supply is a long charging time from the USB port, it takes about two hours to fill it “to the bottom”. Although in the workflow this time will fly by unnoticed. Or in the evening watching a movie on a laptop. And you can also buy a network adapter and not think about the bad at all.

Phone connection, sound quality

The device was tested in tandem with the Nokia N82, the faithful 81 is now put aside, as InUse is sprinkled on it (it will be on the site on Friday), and then it will appear in the articles as a music laboratory to test the appropriate accessories. So, the pairing was almost instant, thanks to the 2.0 profile used. Communication breaks, any other "sins" were also not noticed, the connection was reliable and at a distance of up to five meters, then artifacts, noise, and so on begin. As for voice transmission, everything is at an average level here – crackling, echo, noise, apparently, this part was paid not so much attention as the “flash drive”, which is a pity, it could have turned out just a wonderful device. At first I still hoped that it was just the atmosphere in the apartment, unreliable and not the best, but after trying Bizz in the open air, I was also not impressed – average, very average. Voice dialing works more or less adequately, the name "Murtazin", however, was not found on the first try, and the point here is not at all in the phone. The set melody is transferred to the headset, there are no problems with this. There is no noise reduction system, so, in fact, Bizz is more or less possible to talk only in quiet conditions.

Conclusions

What do we get as a result? A unique headset that can be both a card reader and a "flash drive", but, paradoxically, it does not fulfill its main function "good" or "excellent". And it will cost, by the way, about two thousand rubles. The strengths include the already mentioned data transfer capabilities, it is comfortable to wear, has a good design and operating time, and an excellent bundle. How much you need it – decide for yourself, the product is curious, I can not recommend it for purchase due to the indicated reasons.

I would also note that among the company's products, this is the only thing that has evoked a positive response in my soul. So the comrades are on the right path. I would like to work on the sound quality, and you can already use it with might and main.

Bluetrek Bizz Bluetooth headset review

It cannot be said that the idea was just on the surface. It’s just that many people use headsets in the office, it’s convenient when there are a lot of calls, you have time to talk and type something on the keyboard, communicate via IM managers, and so on. Many office workers also use "flash drives", dragging documents, shmakta acts, pictures and much more into their depths. A device called Bluetrek Bizz combines both. Let's see how well the crossing process went.

Design, construction

The appearance of the device is not bad, the headset does not look large, so, the usual average size, more male than female, was visually reduced due to Suzuki Swift silver inserts separating the length, between which a multifunctional (it is the only) key is inscribed. It is not noticeable at all, except that the material is different – velvety plastic, while the rest of the front part is lacquered. Below we see rough black plastic, the inserts here turn into a kind of silver block, the paint did not seem reliable to me, and there are roughness in the assembly. You can see all this if you want, otherwise I liked the design, there are no squeaks, backlash, everything is quite reliable and thorough. You can’t even tell at first that something is being filmed and disassembled here. The weight of the headset is small, only about ten grams, it is not felt at all on the ear.

The appearance of the device is not bad, the headset does not look large, so, the usual average size, more male than female, was visually reduced due to the silver inserts dividing the length Suzuki Swift Suzuki Swift , between which a multifunctional (it is the only) key is inscribed. It is not noticeable at all, except that the material is different – velvety plastic, while the rest of the front part is lacquered. Below we see rough black plastic, the inserts here turn into a kind of silver block, the paint did not seem reliable to me, and there are roughness in the assembly. You can see all this if you want, otherwise I liked the design, there are no squeaks, backlash, everything is pretty reliable and thorough. You can’t even tell at first that something is being filmed and disassembled here. The weight of the headset is small, only about ten grams, it is not felt on the ear at all.

I really liked the delivery package, there is no fashion plaque, the fabric strap is neat and strict, it has a special bracket for fastening, plus, there is everything you need: nozzles and temples of different sizes, a car charger (very useful), plus more and an interesting USB cable. Rating "excellent" for such a set, there is nothing to add.

Wearing style, comfort

The headset can be worn with or without a bow, it seemed to me that the second option was more convenient, a large nozzle suited me. This method does not cause the slightest discomfort, and the bow on the ear is not felt at all, look at them, what kind of pain there can be if they are almost transparent. The strap adds to the convenience, the only thing I didn't quite like was having to remove the Bizz from the mount to talk, although it's not that difficult.

The headset looks beautiful on the ear, will suit any clothes, I can safely say that it is somehow elegant in its own way, this cannot be taken away. Well, it's a male option. I can safely recommend it to those who wear glasses, with or without a temple, there will be no problems.

Management

A bold decision – to abandon all the usual elements and leave only one key for all manipulations, it is located on the front panel and is responsible for turning the device on / off, entering pairing mode (hold for seven seconds, the password is standard, "0000" ), last number dialing, voice dialing activation, switching between lines. The volume is controlled from the phone, the indicator lights are tiny, visible only when pairing or connecting to a computer for data transfer occurs. In principle, I can’t say that I missed something, everything is quite convenient, simple.

Typeface as a "flash drive"

Clearly, everything described above is not as interesting as the "chip" of this thing. We remove the cap, which is attached to the body with a plastic jumper (I was constantly afraid to tear it off), we find a thin USB connector. Moreover, there is a tiny microSD-card slot above it, in the kit there is one with a capacity of 512 MB. Support for microSD cards up to 8 GB is provided, there is some content on a standard card, this is a headset presentation, pairing instructions, instructions for basic functionality – you can safely erase the whole thing. I tested the headset paired with a laptop on Vista, a 70 MB file is transferred in ten seconds, it's very cool. Moreover, Nokia N82 fell into my hands literally during testing, and in a matter of minutes I filled all two gigabytes of a complete card with all sorts of junk like music, photos, and so on, even recorded a couple of cartoons. I was frankly pleased with the approach of the creators, because now there are a lot of phones with support for just such cards, so the usefulness here lies right in the palm of your hand. And for me, the headset is interesting, by and large, precisely as a card reader: you don’t always have a phone cable with you, adapters that turn microSD into SD are constantly lost, but here it seems like a useful thing, but at the same time with a card you can do something then do it. Very, very convenient. A definite plus for the developers and Bluetrek.

Battery, operating time

According to the manufacturer, Bizz can work up to seven hours during a call, up to two hundred and forty hours in standby mode, in practice this time turned out to be not quite the same, but close – you have about six hours of conversation in reserve. This is a lot, believe me, with an hour of talking on the headset a day, you will have enough of it for the whole working week, especially if you remember to turn it off at night. Moreover, the possibility of charging the device is also a special line. Firstly, it is charged from a USB port, that is, when you do something with a “flash drive”, it is charging in parallel. Secondly, you can either use the bundled adapter cable (handy for stationary PCs) or simply plug the headset into the port (handy for laptops). Thirdly, there is also a cigarette lighter adapter in the kit, which is just wonderful. So see for yourself, can you physically stay with an “empty” headset, if almost all situations are provided for? Unless there is a pencil case included.

The only disadvantage of the headset in terms of power supply is a long charging time from the USB port, it takes about two hours to fill it “to the bottom”. Although in the workflow this time will fly by unnoticed. Or in the evening watching a movie on a laptop. And you can also buy a network adapter and not think about the bad at all.

Phone connection, sound quality

The device was tested in tandem with the Nokia N82, the faithful 81 is now put aside, as InUse is sprinkled on it (it will be on the site on Friday), and then it will appear https://cars45.co.ke/mtCw1ZJKqHmIKsQ15z3Bgtrphttps://cars45.co.ke/mtCw1ZJKqHmIKsQ15z3Bgtrp in the articles as a music laboratory to test the appropriate accessories. So, the pairing was almost instant, thanks to the 2.0 profile used. Communication breaks, any other "sins" were also not noticed, the connection was reliable and at a distance of up to five meters, then artifacts, noise, and so on begin. As for voice transmission, everything is at an average level here – crackling, echo, noise, apparently, this part was paid not so much attention as the “flash drive”, which is a pity, it could have turned out just a wonderful device. At first I still hoped that it was just the atmosphere in the apartment, unreliable and not the best, but after trying Bizz in the open air, I was also not impressed – average, very average. Voice dialing works more or less adequately, the name "Murtazin", however, was not found on the first try, and the point here is not at all in the phone. The set melody is transferred to the headset, there are no problems with this. There is no noise reduction system, so, in fact, Bizz is more or less possible to talk only in quiet conditions.

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