Jabra HALO wireless Bluetooth stereo headset

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Mention the word Jabra and most of us will immediately associate it with Bluetooth headsets – after all, they’re pretty much one of the pioneers in this arena back when Bluetooth functionality was considered to be a luxury in the world of cell phones. They’re still in the game at point of publishing, and their latest effort is the Jabra HALO – a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset that enables users to enjoy their favorite audio tracks sans wires while answering phone calls in crisp, clear sound. The Jabra HALO relies on A2DP technology that allows it to seamlessly connect to any Bluetooth music-playing device, while playing nice with all 3.5 mm music-playing devices at the same time.

Developed by GN Netcom, the Jabra HALO comes with an over-the-head design that won’t look out of place with the rest of your modern electronics. It is equipped with an intuitive on/off functionality, a discreet display which does nothing more than relay the remaining amount of battery life left as well as connectivity status, and a touch volume control. Thanks to its foldable headband design and lightweight materials, the Jabra HALO tips the scales at just 3 ounces and is compact enough to bring with you wherever you go. In addition, you will be able to switch between wireless and wired connectivity with the HALO assuming a device does not support Bluetooth stereo (A2DP) technology.

Some of the specifications of the Jabra HALO include :-

  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • A2DP for music streaming
  • Zirene Power Bass for audio enhancement
  • Multiuse for connection to two Bluetooth devices
  • Auto-pairing to mobile phone
  • Remote control music with touch sensors
  • Noise Blackout technology with dual microphones
  • Foldable headband and carrying pouch
  • Talk time: 8 hours
  • Music time: 8 hours
  • Standby time: 13 days
  • Weight: 3 ounces
  • micro USB Charger

You can pick up the Jabra HALO from May 1st onwards for $129.99.

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