Jabra, a renowned audio products manufacturer has announced the release of two new mid-range Bluetooth 3.0 headsets. The headsets are named as Jabra Clear and Jabra Talk. The former will be made available for users at a price of Rs. 2,699 where as the latter ships at a more affordable price tag of Rs.1,899. As per the sources, both headsets can support pairing between two Bluetooth devices at the same time.
Jabra Clear Bluetooth headset has been given a sleek and shining exterior finishing for attracting the interested customers. Users have the option to choose the product between any two colours namely Black or White. The device has been designed lighter in weight making it easy to carry while on the move.
Jabra has also included ear gels designed to provide the ultimate comfort for users with a perfect fit on their ears. The headset package also includes a portable car charger that can be used for charging the mobile phones for prolonged music listening experience.
Both Jabra Clear and Jabra Talk supports HD Voice feature though users in India will not be able to enjoy since none of the operators is currently offering this service as of now. Crystal clear sound is made possible with the help of DSP feature in both the headsets.
The headsets also support A2DP functionality that can be used for streaming multimedia content such as GPS services and music via the headset. Automatic volume adjustments are also in place for both headsets and are of great use when the user moves in between noisy and silent environment during attending calls.
Both Jabra Clear and Jabra Talk support in-built voice guidance functionality capable of announcing the battery backup, the connectivity status. It can also be used for redialling purposes. Both the products also arrives with on/off slider and also buttons for answering and ending the calls. The company has promised 6 hours talk time and 8 hours of standby time in both the headsets. Other key features include ear hooks available in varied colours and also a Status Display denoting the battery level and connectivity status of both the headsets.