While Jabra has usually been known as a leader in Bluetooth headsets, it appears that at CTIA this year, it is tackling the music market as well. Jabra has announced four new music-related products:
1. The Jabra BT325s, a pair of corded earbuds that also act as a Bluetooth receiver so that you can easily switch between your MP3 player and your cell phone;
2. The Jabra C820s, a pair of noise-canceling corded headphones for listening to music;
3. The Jabra A120s Bluetooth stereo adapter with a mini-jack that you can hook up to an MP3 player or a laptop;
4. The Jabra A125s Bluetooth adapter, made especially to fit the iPod.
Both the Jabra A120s and the Jabra A125s were made so that you can easily switch between your MP3 player and your cell phone with a pair of Bluetooth headphones, much like Jabra's own BT620s.
While the Jabra BT620s was revealed at CES this year, Jabra officially announced its availability at CTIA. The Jabra BT620s Bluetooth headphones let you switch between your MP3 player and your cell phone simply by tapping either of the two sides of the headphones, plus it has a rated talk time of 14 hours, one of the longest we've ever heard.
The Jabra BT325s and C820s are available for $89.99 and $179.99, respectively, and will be out in Q3 of this year. As for the Jabra A120s and A125s, they will be available in Q3 as well, and will sell for an MSRP of $49.99 and $59.99, respectively. The Jabra BT620s is out right now for $129.99.