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I have posted a similar question couple of days ago but yet to get a response. Multipoint feature is the tricky one because the manufacturer's don't explicitly advertise it. So far, I only found Bose to have this feature (which I would buy), apart from some other models.
Yea I saw the thread but the problem with the bose is when you connect 2 devices at a time like a pc and an iPhone, the Bluetooth doesn't work that well. The bose forum say you have to buy a dongle to fix that.
Also, Bose is supposed to release bose uc 700 headphone teams certified but i don't know when. I'm waiting for an answer from them
I have been using my Sennheiser Momentum 2 headphones. Probably overkill for Skype/Teams stuff, but the internal mic is fine. I have also used AKG N60s, without issue. Both got a bit uncomfortably hot when the temperature rocketed, though.
If you just want video chatting type stuff then Plantronics devices tend to review well. Jabra, might be another one to look at.
(Mostly I just use the webcam mic and a pair of in-ears. They tend to make me look marginally less of a prat in video, than big cans. Your mileage would hopefully be better.)
I didn't pick it up yet but one of my colleagues has one and he says the multi-point from pc to phone can sometimes bug so if you go on bose forum they give you like 30$ Bluetooth dongle to buy and it supposes to fix the issues.
Me I pick the bose because anc is better than momentum 3. Call quality is the best. So i'll buy the dongle.