Logitech Wireless Headset h800 for PC, Tablets and Smartphones (981-000337)

August 6, 2013 - Comment

Logitech Wireless Headset H800. Connect to your PC, tablet and smartphone; enjoy rich digital stereo; and listen and chat longer with a six-hour rechargeable battery – with no wires to tie you down. Some functions of the headset may not be supported depending on the tablet, smartphone and/or application. Actual battery life will vary with

Logitech Wireless Headset H800. Connect to your PC, tablet and smartphone; enjoy rich digital stereo; and listen and chat longer with a six-hour rechargeable battery – with no wires to tie you down. Some functions of the headset may not be supported depending on the tablet, smartphone and/or application. Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.

Product Features

  • PC, smartphone and tablet headset: Easy to connect and switch between devices
  • Rich digital stereo sound: Laser-tuned speaker drivers, built-in equalizer and noise-cancelling mic for crystal clear calls and music*
  • 40 ft. wireless range: Listen and chat up to 12 m from your PC-or pair with your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth
  • Six-hour rechargeable battery : Listen and chat longer with easy USB charging
  • Padded comfort: Adjustable padded headband and sculpted ear cups for a feel-good fit

Comments

Talvi says:

Enjoying the flexibility of this headset LOVE- Lightweight – substantially lighter than my other headphones and comfortable- Microphone tucks away nicely, is easy to pull down for calls, and flexible (bends)…noise canceling- Used it on PC with iTunes, with iPhone 4S, iPad streaming Netflix as well as Skype, and Nokia N9 for calls and music, easy to switch back and forth- Good sound quality…not great- Easy setup, very simple instructions / illustrations- Wireless…joy!- Great for every day use. It blocks out most but not all sound, which is perfect for me. I need to be able to hear the kids.- Folds up for easy storage- Easy on ear controls: volume up / down, play/pause or answer call / end call, forward / track forward, rewind / previous track- I can go from my office in the front of the house to the kitchen in the back no problem (about 40 feet)OTHER STUFF- Set up bluetooth for the 4S and then went to set it up for the Nokia…

Mark Colan "duke-of-url" says:

Good enough for general computer and mobile phone use PROSReasonably good sound for playing musicReasonably comfortable for long-term wearEasy to set upControls are convenient for controlling volume, skipping tracks, answering phone while away from the computer or mobile phoneCan use headphones while they are chargingTiny USB dongle for use with computerBluetooth supported for mobile phones etcWireless, but sounds like wiredCONSUses the less-common Micro-B USB connector for recharging headphones, unlike most of my other USB devices[UPDATE 4/9/2012: I now consider MicroB to be a PRO, as it is replacing MiniB as the new standard]The tiny USB dongle is required even when the headphones are attached via the recharging wireSix hour battery life between charges for wireless. 8-10 hours would be better for use on a full-time job.COMMENTSThese headphones have the potential for changing the way I use my computer. Once the headphones are…

Pam T "mom,wife,fur-mom" says:

Mac Lion tested and approved I tested the h800’s on a newer Mac with a 2 Ghz Intel Core i7 and 8 Gigs of RAM. I was running Lion.What I found is that the sound quality is good, but the headphones themselves are a little uncomfortable. By which I mean that they are a little hot to wear and tight. Then again I have a ‘big head’ — lol. Hats are nearly impossible to find off-the-rack.TO GET THE HEADPHONES to work on the Mac you have to go into System settings and turn on Bluetooth if you haven’t already done this for another device. At that point it will work for some audio from videos and such that reside on your Mac, but not for streaming video or music. To get that to work you have to plug in the neat little dongle.TO GET THE HEADPHONES to work on a Windows laptop — I tested on my daughter’s HP Mini-110 — you just need to plug in the dongle and put on the phones. Windows 7 recognized what was needed and there was no need to fiddle with software.THE…

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