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>> I'm Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is the Jabra JX20 Pura Bluetooth headset. And it's a very stylish headset from Jabra. It has a nice titanium-like finish on the front here. On the top is the two volume buttons, on the side is the multifunction call button. And you might be wondering where the On/Off power switch is. It's actually hidden within the earpiece itself. If you turn it 90 degrees clockwise, that actually turns the headset on. So, it's a pretty innovative way to hide switches in the headset itself. As far as functions, it's got a pretty typical for Bluetooth headsets, in your answering, making, rejecting calls. However, the good thing about the Jabra JX20 is they promise good noise canceling, it also promises very good echo cancellations. The fit is also pretty nice, it has nice rubberized earpiece cover here. The Jabra JX20 also comes with a nice desktop charging cradle. The Jabra JX20 Pura is a little bit expensive though, it's around a $170 for retail. You can't find it cheaper online, but it's still a very steep price to pay for not a very nice headset. My name is Nicole Lee, this has been a First Look at the Jabra JX20 Pura.
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