5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Having recently purchased a HTC One and found the volume controls a little tricky when going for a walk or jog, I came across this on the HTC accessories store (which was much more expensive).
Now I can change volume, tracks or start and end calls using voice commands. To make things easy it reads out its status to you ("paring", "connected", etc.) so you know what's what. After the initial bluetooth paring, its worked flawless and fast to connect.
Its very light and clips to your pocket or shirt easily, and more importantly the use of aptX (a lossless bluetooth codec) makes the music sound as good as being plugged in directly to the phone itself. aptX works… Read more
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
I really wanted to like the Echo Pen, and based upon the other reviews, I thought I would. For the extra money compared to the 4GB version (~£15), I thought it was worth going for the best package.
I really wanted to love it, but I ended up sending mine back after two pages of notes for the following reasons:
3. Looking for the consumables; they're expensive and more importantly, hard to get. Shops don't have them and purchasing them online its hard to get the exact item you want, for example the gridded A5 notebooks. Even when you can find something, its almost impossible to find the next set of numbers (e.g. books 5-8), meaning you would have to start from 1-4… Read more