Jabra Expands Hands-free Headset Line

By Staff On Feb 24 2003 - 8:00am

Two new corded headset introductions from Jabra bring the company's lineup of hands-free devices to one dozen.

The Jabra EarSet WindUp conveniently manages the headset's cord through a lightweight, compact retractable device that fits in the palm of a user's hand, pocket or purse. The WindUp owes its small size to an innovative cord winder mechanism and the EarSet's all-in-the-ear design, which also includes an integrated answer/end button.

The WindUp features the company's new locking EarGel, which securely fits the product's ear piece, providing users with a custom, comfortable fit, while enhancing sound clarity. Suggested retail is $39.99.

Jabra's ProBoom features an ultra-lightweight, full-length boom with a noise-canceling microphone to enhance clarity for voice-enabled dialing. An in-line volume control with electronic amplifier augments speaker volume so users can boost it beyond the level of their handset alone.

The ProBoom also features an in-line voice-activated dialing and answer/end button for one-touch convenience. The durable, highly flexible boom will stand up to multiple adjustments and maintain its shape. Suggested retail is $49.99.

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