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Plantronics Marque M155 Review: Small, stylish and smart Bluetooth headset

The stylish Plantronics Marque M155 fits snugly to one's ear and does not look as menacing as some of the headsets currently on the market. With features such as voice commands to take or decline calls, it certainly puts the Bluetooth headset ahead of the pack, although we wished it would pick up what we said better, especially in crowded environment. It is also a little tedious to know what are the various blinking colored LED lights represent if you're not referring to the user manual. It could be easier if there's a dedicated Plantronic app on the smartphone that can tell you the battery life or even if the Marque M155 is out of range from your phone etc. At S$119, the Marque M155 is valued for what it can offer to users on the move. If you're looking to get a Bluetooth headset that works well with your smartphone, the Plantronics Marque M155 is worth a look.

It will be available at Apple Stores (EpiCentre, iStudio, Infinite, Juzz1, Macshop, Nubox), Challenger, Harvey Norman (Funan, Millennia Walk, Suntec City), Newstead, Sprint-Cass (Changi International Airport T1, T2, T3), Stereo (ION, Plaza Singapura, Causeway Point), Funan DigitalLife Mall (AAAs Com, DIGIVUE, Inforcom Technologies, PK Computers, South Asia) and Sim Lim Square (AAAs Com, idt Gallery, Million Mobile, Million Tech, Song Brothers, Vision 1).

Category Comments Score
Aesthetics (10%)

The Marque M155 is small, stylish and you can keep it in your pockets if not in use.

Features (20%)

You can do voice commands to take and decline calls, pressing and holding the call buttons to perform various tasks including checking battery life, going into pairing modes etc.

Performance (30%) We have no problem having conversation with the person on the other line, although the voice commands do not seem to work properly at all times, especially in noisy environment. 8.0
Usability (30%) The headset is easy to use and fits almost all ears, especially when there are three sizes of ear pieces available. All you need is to charge the headset, power on and synchronize to your phone 8.5
Price/Package (10%) At S$119, the Plantronics Marque M155 is not the cheapest Bluetooth headset around, but it could justify the reputatable brand name, features and ease of use. 8.0



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