After torturing myself and unsuspected friends and co-workers for the past 2 weeks, I still haven't found a reliable multipoint headset. There have been highs where we have been shocked at how wellit works, YEAH! And then there are the lows where nothing works at all - frustration!

One piece of advice I learned the hard way, only pair one headset to your computer and phone at a time. I think my they are both mad at me for having 4 or 5 headsets paired at the same time ...

Here is a summary so far:
1) Jawbone Prime most success so far. My co-worker and I tested using Skype, iChat and iPhone. We were able to go back and forth between the computer and phone amazingly well. We didn't even have to hang up one before calling the other. A couple of times, we were even able to hear without any interruption. We had a Skype video call going, called iPhone and answered call through Prime and was able to hear instantly without hanging up the Skype call. Granted the audio quality isn't the best, but once the Skype call is hung up, the audio quality improves to normal phone quality. Without hanging up the iPhone, called iChat video, heard the ringing through the Prime, hit the Accept button and magically, it worked! Now there's true multipoint for computer and mobile phone =) Unfortunately, we haven't been able to get it to work consistently -- stay tuned!

2) Plantronics Discovery 975 kind of works. To be fair, they do say "Multipoint" technology pairs earpiece to two phones -- but worth a try because the case is AWESOME! Not only does it have a case for the headset, but it is also a battery boost (1 1/2 charge). Needless to say, I really want this one to work... and it does, kind of. Only hiccup, you have to hang up one before you can answer the other. I'm willing to give it another shot!

3) Jabra Halo kind of works. They say "Multiuse" connect to 2 devices at the same time. Although I called technical support and they say it only works for 2 phones, not a computer. But, I'm willing to give it a shot, because I like the headset in stereo. Of course, the Halo can't be used in a car. So, if successful, it will be good for people who use the phone in a stationary location often (can't say in the office, since people work at locations that aren't "offices"). This has been less successful, I actually turned on my iTunes instead of video conference! I gave it to my co-worker to test out. I think my computer's mad at me for pairing too many bluetooths...

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