Speedlink Metis Wireless Headset

Audio, Peripherals

Conclusion

The Speedlink Metis can be found for around £40-£50 which feels a little pricey for the construction, but it performs well and is not an atypical price for a wireless headset.

Overall, the Speedlink Metis is a nice bit of kit that does exactly what it says on the tin. I think it is let down somewhat by the build quality, which feels a little cheap and ill-fitting, but above and beyond that, the range, battery life and sound quality are more than adequate.

It feels like it should be hard to justify the cost the first time you pick them up, but I don’t think you will be disappointed if you do.

Pros

  • Certified with multiple applications / operating systems
  • Sound quality is fine for this price range
  • Range and battery life are both very good
  • No drivers required; everything ‘just works’

Cons

  • Slightly cheap, plasticky construction
  • Boom can only be used on the left side
  • Mic quality is not as good as some other headsets

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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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