Jabra is shipping two Bluetooth products, its BT110 headset and the A210 adapter.
The BT110 wireless headset offers a lightweight and sleek design, up to 15 hours talktime on a single AAA battery, and an automatic power-down feature so users never worry about standby time.
The headset includes behind-the-ear design and EarGel technology that provides optimal sound quality and extended wear. It supports voice dialing and allows users to accept or reject incoming calls. Since it features both the headset and hands-free profiles, it is compatible with all Bluetooth phones. Suggested retail is $69.
Jabra’s A210 universal multi-adapter that connects all non-Bluetooth mobile phones to any company headset and speakerphone offers 8 hours of talktime and 240 hours of standby time. Featuring the latest in Bluetooth, version 1.2, the adapter supports a range of at least 30 feet. In addition, the unit, at a suggested $59 retail, supports voice dialing, and it has a simple LED interface so users can see if the set is on or off, or whether the battery is low and includes a belt clip.
Jabra also is launching its battery-operated portable wireless speakerphone, SP100, for use in the car. The unit uses rechargeable AA batteries and gives up to 12 hours of talktime and up to 20 days of standby time between charges. It provides a wireless connection of up to 30 feet and supports mobile phone voice activated features as well as call-answer and call-end from a multifunctional button. Suggested retail is $149.
The Jabra BT800 next-generation wireless Bluetooth headset with advanced mobile phone features digital signal processing that improves audio quality in windy or noisy environments and automatically adjusts volume levels in response to background noise. It offers up to six hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby time. Expected launch date is the fourth quarter at a suggested $119 retail.