Jabra Launches Wave BT Headset

Posted: Oct 7 2010, 9:30am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

 
Jabra Launches Wave BT Headset
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Wave is a Verizon Wireless exclusive

Jabra has a wide range of headsets that use Bluetooth to allow users to make calls hands free. Jabra has announced the launch of a new Bluetooth headset called the Wave that will have three styles and be a Verizon exclusive.

The headset will land in Verizon stores in November. The headset features a behind the ear design with a mic boom that extends towards the mouth. The headset also uses Jabra Voice Guidance and Multiuse tech. Two of the three designs of the Wave are Bluetooth with one in red and the other in black, a wired version will also be offered.

Other features include DSP technology and a noise-cancelling mic with three-layer wind-noise reduction. The button to answer and end calls is located on the mic boom. Pricing on the headset is unknown at this time.

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