Gadgetnutz (link dead) reviews nXZEN 5500 headset for VoIP communication and concludes with grade A that “This is great little headset all by itself. Couple it with the ability to use it for Skype calls or other VoIP calls and nXZEN has a real winner of a package on its hands. It is more expensive than other headsets on the market – I found the package for $150 + on the web but I am sure it will be available for less at other online e-tailers. If you are interested in the convenience of being to use a great headset in a secondary capacity as a VoIP headset as well – you just can’t beat this package.” MobileBurn (link dead) reviews Gennum nXZEN 5500 Bluetooth headset and concludes that the nXZEN Plus is a big improvement on the Z-470. The noise reduction alone means this headset must come into consideration for all situations. At US$150, it represents good value for money, especially since it is comfortable, easy to fit, and comes with a good list of accessories. While its nearest competitor, the Motorola H700 (US$100), may be a bit cheaper, its noise reduction and cancellation just do not compare to the Gennum nXZEN Plus 5500.