10. 22. 2009
Jabra STONE is Stone Cold Pretty
The Jabra STONE Bluetooth headset is one rock you won't want to toss willy-nilly at glass houses or at some offending person. Jabra's newest cell phone accessory combines great tech with ergonomically sound design and smoking good looks. The headset has approximately eight hours of talk time and thanks to the STONE's unique shape, the time will seem to fly by. Designed for the right ear, the STONE comfortably wraps behind your ear eliminating face obstruction caused by the usual bulky Bluetooth headset. When it's not curled on your ear, it fits snugly into its charger giving off the appearance of a smooth black stone.
Feature-wise, Jabra's outfitted the STONE with Noise Blackout Extreme, an advanced noise-cancelling technology. Noise Blackout Extreme blocks out ambient noise while the dual microphones ensure you don't have to shout to get your point across which is good when you're in a crowded area. In addition, users can answer or reject calls, redial the last number called and place calls on hold via the near invisible controls on the front of the headset. STONE can also be used in conjunction with up to two Bluetooth compatible devices.
The Jabra STONE headset will be exclusively available through AT&T on November 8th for $129, It's a little pricey, but if the sound quality is anywhere near the device's stunning looks, it will be a worthwhile purchase. If you're concerned about possible hardware compatibility issues, go to Jabra's site and check out the compatibility box. If your phone is a match, you'll get a "Yes, it will work" message with a happy face.
The Jabra STONE headset will be exclusively available through AT&T on November 8th for