By Lisa Johnston
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Hands-free communications company Jabra made a CES product debut here for its stereo headsets — C120s and C220s. These are compatible with most mobile phones and standard music devices, including the iPod and MP3 players.
The Jabra units plug directly into a mobile phone, and have an adapter for all standard music devices. Headsets from the Chicago-based company feature two different wearing styles, with the C120s offering in-the-ear wearing and the C220s behind the ear. Both headsets can be worn in one ear for mobile phone conversations.
The 120 comes with the company's EarGel for optimized stereo sound. Suggested retail for the product is $29.95.
The 220 includes MiniGels that channel sound directly into the ear, and is being offered at a $34.95 suggested retail.
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