When one headset just isn't enough

Jabra makes a device that can use two receivers at once.

Jabra

Another case of life imitating art. Jabra has made a reality out of the cliched scene depicting a harried broker with a phone receiver in each ear.

Having long prided itself for its multitasking abilities , Jabra is once again showing off that prowess with its M5390--which allows for the use of two headsets simultaneously. That way, according to Tech Digest, you can use your mobile phone device in one ear and a desk or Skype headset in the other.

It's not the first time that Jabra has come up with a dual-receiver product , though the earlier version was designed to provide stereo music. The latest offering, on the other hand, is for the true telephonic addict .

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