Nashua, N.H. - Jabra introduced what it is calling the first non-stereo Bluetooth headset with active noise-canceling technology.
The Jabra Supreme
($99.99, October) features a 24mm speaker and active noise cancellation that
automatically turns on and off for calls. Designed for the heaviest users of
Bluetooth headsets, it also has the company's Noise Blackout 3.0 and Wind-Noise
Features include a flip-out boom arm that turns the headset on and off, an adjustable ear hook, two choices of ear cushions. Talk time is listed at six hours, with 15 days of standby time.
Jabra also said it has updated its Extreme Bluetooth headset, the Extreme2. The new version now has Voice Guidance, which the first-generation Extreme did not.
The Extreme2 has a 13mm speaker is currently available for $79.99; a car charger is included.