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Jabra unveils Bluetooth mobile headset

updated 11:00 am EDT, Wed September 20, 2006

Jabra expands iPod support

Jabra today unveiled the BT320s Bluetooth-enabled mobile headset, and began shipping Bluetooth stereo adapters for portable music players such as Apple's iPod. The new Bluetooth mobile headset enables users to connect wirelessly to a music-enabled mobile phone, and ships with exchangeable stereo headphones. Users can take calls while listening to music, which automatically pauses when a call comes in. Users can pair the headset with the Jabra A125s for iPod connectivity alongside a mobile phone, linking the Jabra BT320s, mobile phone, and iPod. The Jabra BT320s comes in black featuring a water-resistant design, and offers up to six hours of listening/talk time and 160 hours of standby time. Jabra is already shipping the A125s ($60), which works with Apple's iPod mini, iPod photo, and iPod nano models. The Jabra BT320s is scheduled to ship in the fourth quarter of 2006 for $90.




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