Jabra has just introduced the sequel to its Stone headset from last year, and it's appropriately dubbed the Jabra Stone 2. It has the same design as its predecessor--the curved hook housed inside a portable "stone" charger--but it now features voice control, so you can answer and reject calls just by using your voice. It has dual microphone noise canceling, A2DP streaming, and up to 10 hours of talk time as long as you remember to keep it in the charger. It will be available on November 21 for $129.99.
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