Jabra BT2080 launched


jabra-bt2080You might not have heard about GN Netcom so far, but it is actually one of the world leaders in innovative headset solutions, so it is little wonder that the company has released its most intuitive headset to date – the Jabra BT2080. I remember many years ago when Bluetooth headsets were just starting to proliferate the cellphone world and anyone who owned a handset with Bluetooth connectivity could count on it on being one of the latest and greatest handsets, and when compared to today, Bluetooth connectivity is more or less a must in our society. Well, the Jabra BT2080 offers a way for you to communicate with others in a hands-free manner while looking stylish, so check out the details right after the jump.

Specially designed for just about anyone to use, regardless of whether you’re new to the world of cellphones or experienced users, the Jabra BT2080 will be part of the “Easy Series” headset category and will be the first of the lot to offer Jabra’s new proprietary StatusDisplay LED indicators. What does this display do? Well, it was created by Jabra’s own research and development team where multi-colored lights will be used to show the headset’s battery level (we suspect the usual green, yellow and red color scheme will be used here) alongside the important detail – Bluetooth connection status at that point in time.

This stylish Bluetooth headset will also come with intuitively placed buttons, where the answer/end button is located on the front of the headset while the dedicated on/off button is placed in the back. As with most other headsets, volume control is located on the side that makes it easily accessible at the touch of a finger, making sure that users won’t fumble with the controls whnever they are caught by surprise due to a call. The entire Jabra BT2080 tips the scales at less than 3 ounces, where it will come in a sophisticaed matte black finish complete with an attractive silver button, resulting in a contemporary and stylish headset. In addition, there is the smaller ear interface and improved Jabra Eargel that makes sure the headset fits comfortably to a T. Not only that, the BT2080 is also the first among all Jabra headsets to come with Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity. Amazingly enough, the Jabra BT2080 is priced at an extremely affordable $39.99.

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