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MoGo Talk XD Bluetooth Headset and Protective Case for iPhone 4 (Black)

The good: The MoGo talk XD iPhone is a solid case protection with a built-in Bluetooth headsets. The headset has a comfortable fit and comes with a variety of tips handset.


The bad: The issue XD MoGo lacks some advanced features like Bluetooth A2DP headset and multipoint. You have to use the phone to adjust the volume. Call quality not as good as expected.

The bottom line: The idea behind the MoGo XD talk is smart, but did not believe that the features fully justified its retail price.
Review:

The first time I looked at the XD Talk MoGo, which reminded us of the LG Decoy, a phone we reviewed about three years ago. It was the first phone we reviewed that had incorporated a Bluetooth headset stored in the back. The idea seemed smart: Bluetooth headphones are easy to miss because of their size, so it makes sense to keep a fence.

MoGo chat XD takes that concept and takes it to iPhone, put a thin Bluetooth headset in a pillow case for iPhone (there are versions for the iPhone and ... 3G/3GS Expand full review

The first time I looked at the XD Talk MoGo, which reminded us of the LG Decoy, a phone we reviewed about three years ago. It was the first phone we reviewed that had incorporated a Bluetooth headset stored in the back. The idea seemed intelligent Bluetooth headsets are very easy to lose because of their size, so it makes sense to keep a fence.

MoGo chat XD takes that concept and takes it to iPhone, put a thin Bluetooth headset in a pillow case for iPhone (there are versions for the iPhone and iPhone 3G/3GS 4). XD MoGo chat works very well as a protective case with rubber sides and cuts carefully mold to fit the iPhone's controls perfectly. There are openings for the speakerphone, camera, charging socket, the headphone jack and mute switch. The volume buttons and power key at the top are exactly covered by a rubber skin so they are quite easy to press. Note that the current MoGo XD Talk is only designed for the iPhone from AT & T.

What sets apart XD talk to other cases is the humpback thick, which houses the Bluetooth headset. There is a micro-USB port on the bottom of the box to charge the headset. The headset itself is extremely thin - when placed inside the box that does not excel in everything. It looks different from the rest of the case, because while the case is black, the headset has a silver and gray markings.

To take the headset out of the case, simply press down on the left side of the headphones and will be skipped. This is because the charging has a slightly deeper divot on the left side. To set your handset again to insert it into the left side in the first well. The headset itself is about 2.25 inches long and 1 inch wide by 0.2 inches thick and is very light. The multifunction call button is on the right side. A button is very small, but high enough that even I could find and press. The charging points are on the left side.

In the back of the headset is the headset, which can rotate in and out of open and closed positions. At the tip of it is the pad. MoGo chat XD comes with two different types of handsets in three different sizes. The pads are rounded for noise insulation, while the thin line adapters allow more ambient noise. Round pillows found sufficient for our needs.

To put the headset on the ear, which must turn at least a couple of clicks. Then place it in the ear, and close again for a click to the headset is comfortable. The microphone should point towards the mouth. For example, a thin handset, the fit is surprisingly comfortable, and feels like a headset on the ear.




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