Jabra, manufacturer of Bluetooth products, announced today at the CTIA meetings in Las Vegas two new Bluetooth products. The Jabra HALO is a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset that will allow you to enjoy your music and handles phone calls. Weighing only three ounces, this over-the-head designed headset shows a little versatility in that it can be switched between wireless and wired connectivity should your phone/MP3 player not be Bluetooth equipped.
The other new product that Jabra has announced is the SP200 Speakerphone. Building on the success of the Jabra SP700, the SP200 is a Bluetooth wireless speakerphone featuring one large and easily accessible control button, a volume wheel and a dedicated on/off switch. The SP200 is not only suitable for the car but can also be used in the home or office.
Jabra is indicating the HALO will be available sometime in May with a price tag in the neighborhood of $130 and the SP200 should be available sometime this month with a price tag of about $60. Once we get our hands on these two new accessories, we will take them out for a test drive to let you know how well the match up with Jabra's reputation for offering quality Bluetooth devices.
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