It's important to understand the difference between simply connecting to two devices at once versus true Multipoint support. The Sony WI-SP600Ns for example, say they support multipoint but they don't. You can connect them to two devices at the same time, but only for different protocols. So you can use one to listen to music and the other to make calls, but you cannot then listen to the phone device to listen to music. The Jabras, however, fully support multipoint. That means you can connect to, say, a phone and a laptop at the same time and listen to music on both, or make calls on both. Not at the same time, but totally interchangeably. I was on a Skype call earlier. My phone rang, and I simply answered the call. I was listening to a streaming service on my laptop, hit pause (this is important!) and then listened to Spotify on my phone as I went to the kitchen. Have have to stop or pause one device before the other will play. But that is true multipoint, something Jabra have a LOT of experience with and do a really solid job at, so hat off to them.