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SAN DIEGO -Jabra Corp. is offering an expanded array of hands-free communication products that feature Jabra's ergonomic ear mold-called EarGel-which can be worn comfortably for hours, the company said.
Included in the line are an upgraded EarSet, and the new EarBoom and EarBud.
The updated EarSet has a discreet profile designed to fit closer to the ear and has been re-engineered to improve its resistance to wind noise. The EarSet is available for a suggested $39.99.
The Jabra EarBoom is a hands-free solution for mobile and cordless phone users who prefer to combine advantages of the patented EarGel with the industry's shortest microphone boom. The EarBoom sports a high-quality microphone to augment voice transmission even when used outdoors. Suggested retail is $24.99.
According to Jabra, the new EarBud is the most cost-effective solution for mobile phone users wanting a hands-free alternative. Unlike the EarSet and EarBoom, the EarBud integrates the microphone as part of the cable leading from the ear to the phone. Improved circuitry eliminates buzz. Suggested retail is $19.99.
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