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Jabra shows new stylish Bluetooth headsets

Jabra shows new stylish Bluetooth headsets

A household name in the world of Bluetooth headsets, Jabra showed off a couple of particularly fashionable ones here at CES. The first is the JX10, a small silver headset that measures less than 1 1/2 inches in length. Its ear hook is detachable, for those who prefer to just have it remain securely in the ear. The JX10 also has a dedicated one-touch pairing button, plus intuitive volume and call controls. It comes with a sound-processing technology that automatically adjusts volume control, depending on the surrounding noise. Each JX10 is equipped with a silver charging cradle, plus there's a handy USB cable so that you can charge it via your computer. The JX10 is rated for 6 hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby. It's available now for a retail price of $179.

Jabra also introduced the BT-160 this week, a headset with about 33 different design covers, for the younger audience. Users can also go to Jabra's Web site to design their own custom faceplate. It has all the basic headset functions, such as voice-activated dialing, an answer/end call button, and volume controls. Rated talk time is 6 hours, with a standby time of 110 hours. It'll be available early this year at just $59, with all 33 design covers included in the package.