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Jabra - new bluetooth headsets and not only

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Jabra has a reputation of the company which mnaufactured not very expensive but good high-quality bluetooth headsets. These products could successfully competited with products of more famous companies. This year the product range of the company was added by several new headsets which offered new functionality.

First of all BT800. It supports bluetooth 1.2, has a screen to display incoming calls, menu navigation wheel. We had an impression that the manufacturer integrated almost all technologies in 25 gramms. Digital processor defines the noise level, and the volume in dynamic changes according to these conditions. The headset could work up to 6 hours in the talk mode and up to 200 hours in the standby mode. At last it has an integrated vibracall and could transfer the melody set in your phone to the loudspeaker. The solution is rather interesting. Let's wait for summer and see first samples of this device. The price was not tole but in our opinion it wouldn't exceed 200 USD.

BT500 has the same shape as the most famous headset of the company but other materials were used in its construction, polarized plastic in particlur. The headset weighs about 20 grams. According to the manufacturer it has up to 240 hours of standby time and up to 8 hours of talk time. A special key to pair the headset and the phone has appeared.

BT110 has AAA batteries which increase the dimensions of this device, but the weght remains the same - 26 grams. On the other hand, the headset provides about 15 hours of talk time and long standby time (two times more than the best models of other companies). The headset looks unusual. You can see it on the pictures below.

The company also produces usual wire headsets, they are rather stylish.

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Eldar Murtazin (eldar@mobile-review.com)
Translated by Alexander "Lexx" Zavoloka (alexander.zavoloka@mobile-review.com);

Published — 23 March 2004

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