By Lisa Johnston
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Nashua, N.H. — Jabra continued its February debut of new products with the addition of the Play and Tag Bluetooth headsets, the latter of which features a built-in FM radio.
Both models are designed for users who want a single device for taking calls and listening to music.
The Play headset ($59.99 suggested retail) allows pairing to two devices at once using Bluetooth 3.0. It has a clip-on design, six hours of talk time or music time, up to 192 hours of standby time, a 3.5mm jack for connecting ear buds, and a battery-status indicator. It comes with two sizes of ear gels.
The Tag ($69.99) has a dog-tag design, built-in FM radio, digital signal processing, Bluetooth 3.0, seven hours of music time, eight hours of talk time and up to 204 hours of standby time. It comes included with a pair of earphones with three sizes of ear gels, although few other details were available for them.
Both the Play and the Tag will be offered black or white and will ship in April.
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