If you’re the type of person who wants to exude class without having to be all gawdy with Swarovski crystals sprouting out in every which direction, then the Jabra JX20 Pura is totally up your alley. This discrete Bluetooth headset was on display at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show, boasting “cutting-edge technology” and a “unique, pleasing user experience.”
GN Netcom managed to keep the Jabra JX20 Pura Bluetooth headset remarkably compact and lightweight, tipping the scales at less than half an ounce. To add to the seamless appearance of the headset, there does not appear to be a standard on/off button. Instead, turning the headset on and off is down by rotating the device. There is also a removable ear hook, in case the in-ear design doesn’t cut the mustard for you.
Other specs include up to 6 hours of talk time, Bluetooth 2.0 with auto pairing, adaptive sound, DSP sound enhancement, and a premium necklace matching the headset. Pricing has been set at $179.