Jabra has announced two new products aimed at consumer and small offices segments. The Jabra HALO is a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset that allows users to enjoy wireless music and answer phone calls in stereo sound.
Featuring A2DP technology, the Jabra HALO gives users the ability to seamlessly connect to any Bluetooth music-playing device and all 3.5 mm music playing devices, including mobile phones, Mp3 players, laptops, and TVs.
The Jabra HALO fades out music to allow for incoming calls. The HALO features a lightweight (only 3 ounces) over-the-head design with a foldable headband. It also has the versatility to switch between wireless and wired connectivity if a device doesn’t support Bluetooth stereo (A2DP) technology.
The Jabra SP200 speakerphone is a Bluetooth wireless speakerphone for mobile phones featuring one large and easily accessible control button, a volume wheel, and a dedicated on/off switch, allowing users to control calls effortlessly.
Expanding Jabra’s offering of hands-free speakerphones and building on the success of the Jabra SP700, the SP200 will also provide DSP technology to reduce background noise.
Requiring no installation, the Jabra SP200 can be attached to virtually anything in your home or car (e.g. visor, dash, cup holder, kitchen cabinet, desk, bookshelf, etc.) for conference calls and hands-free talking while preparing dinner or making calls with the whole family.