GN Netcom unveils three new headsets under their famous Jabra brand at the IFA2010 that are actually corded. Jabra headsets are well established in the Bluetooth wireless headset segment. Now the company offers the Jabra Chill, Jabra Rhythm and Jabra Active that come with a cord.
The Jabra Chill is a stereo headset delivering great sounding music and calls for people on the move. Jabra's soft and flexible Ultimate-fit Eargels lock effortlessly into the contours of your ear, providing a comfortable and secure fit. The Chill comes with a 900mm long cable and a 3.5mm plug.
Finally, the Jabra Active is aimed at athletes and active users. The Jabra Active features Jabra Active Eargels, sweat and water-resistant ear buds that securely and comfortably lock into the ear so they won’t fall out. The headset offers microphone wind-noise reduction and comes with a carrying case making it easily portable.
The new Jabra corded series will be exhibited at the HAMA booth at the IFA 2010. Pricing has not been revealed yet.
The IFA 2010Consumer Electronics Show will take place in Berlin from September 3rd to September 8th. The IFA 2010 is celebrating the 50th edition and we will be reporting about all the new announcements. Stay tuned for tons of 3D TV related news.
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