Jabra brings to market two new products equipped with Bluetooth technology, the Jabra BT620s Bluetooth stereo headset and the Jabra A320s Bluetooth stereo USB adapter.
The Jabra BT620s headset is very versatile, enabling users to use it both as a mobile stereo headset, enabling you to roam around while listening to your favorite audio files, and as a wireless communication headset, allowing users the capability to receive phone calls. When you receive a call, the Jabra BT620s switches to ‘phone mode’ and you can choose to take the call or ignore it using controls located on the left speaker. And don’t worry about sound quality because this new Jabra wireless headset features DSP circuitry which ensures noise cancellation and clear audibility.
The new Jabra headset can receive music from any Bluetooth-enabled device, such as your mobile phone, MP3 player, or your computer, as long as it supports A2DP. It also has a long battery life, featuring almost 14 hours of streaming music and up to 16 hours of talk time.
Don’t have a Bluetooth adapter for your PC or notebook? Jabra has prepared for such a situation by also launching the Jabra A320s Bluetooth stereo USB adapter. It is Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR ready so you can seamlessly connect to your computer or laptop to other Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices.
The Jabra BT620s and A320s are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2006. They are priced $129 and $34 USD, respectively.