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Jabra stereo headsets for mobile phones, iPods

updated 09:10 am EST, Thu January 6, 2005

Jabra stereo headsets

today launched two new stereo headshets that are comaptible with both mobile phones and standard music devices such as Apple's iPod. The lightweight headsets include an adapter for all standard music devices, allowing users to have conversations or listen to music without the need to carry two headsets. The Jabra C120s offers an in-the-ear wearing style, while the Jabra C220s sports a fashionable behind-the-ear design. Both headsets can also be worn in one ear for mobile phone conversations (the left earpiece hangs behind the neck). In addition, both headsets have an in-line microphone and clothing clip. The Jabra C120s ($30) stereo headset comes with Jabra's EarGels, which the company says have been optimized for stereo sound and also includes a set of foampads. The Jabra C220s ($35) includes Jabra MiniGels that channel sound directly into the ear.

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