Wideband audio for true-to-life conversations | Voice guide setup and pairing | Voice Dial with a simple double tap | Conference mode with True Multicall | Incoming Call Notification and Voice Answer for truly hands-free operation
Wideband audio for true-to-life conversations | Voice guide setup and pairing | Voice Dial with a simple double tap | Conference mode with True Multicall | Incoming Call Notification and Voice Answer for truly hands-free operationLess
|Size||5 x 2 cm (2 x 0.8 in)|
Tagged as a “premium smartphone earpiece,” the BlueAnt Q3 is the furthest thing from being in the same class as other premium Bluetooth headsets. From its bland design, to the barely-there software features associated with its compatible app, there’s nothing terribly grand at $100 a pop to give the Q3 the crown in this category. In actuality, it’s more like a mid-ranger than anything else, so you’re better off investing your money on something else entirely. Nowadays, it’s undeniably tough to stand out prolifically in the Bluetooth headset arena, but when... Full review
The $99 BlueAnt Q3 Bluetooth headset is the follow up to BlueAnt's popular Q2 model . It boasts a host of premium features for hands-free calling, including an array of built-in voice commands, integration with Apple Siri and Google Voice Actions, along with dual microphones for clearer conversations. The headset is also compact and lightweight, plus it can pair with two devices at once such as phones, tablets, or PCs.
It's billed as a premium headset by its manufacturer, but $100 is a lot to pay for a smartphone accessory. It's hard to swallow the device's high price, especially... Full review
Call quality and sound production was superb. Not once (I’m on AT&T) did someone ask me to repeat what I said because of noise or wind. Not once did I struggle to hear an incoming call or navigation announcement from the phone, even when the radio was going. Those really are the key features of any headset – and the BlueAnt Q3 excelled at both.
There’s a lot to be said for having your phone in your pocket, but still being able to make/take calls, read/respond to messages, and get your directions. The BlueAnt Q3 did all of these for me while I was testing i... Full review
The BlueAnt Q3 ($99 direct) is the company's new high-end headset offering, which seems designed to keep up with the times, rather than continue to push them forward. It's a solid Bluetooth headset, but it doesn't offer any significant improvements over the competition.
The BlueAnt Q3 is a solid Bluetooth headset with a nice range of advanced features, but many of them have been commonplace for quite some time. And at $99, the Q3 is in direct competition with some other top-performing headsets. If you're looking for something less expensive, the Plantronics M55 offers a great fit,... Full review
513 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the BlueAnt Q3. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
4 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the BlueAnt Q3. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.
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