Apple may not be the pioneer of a lot of products, but it s superior design and marketing machines can turn products once thought to be doomed to obscurity into commercial successes. It did that with the portable media player, the tablet and even the desktop computer. And while it didn t invent the concept
Expanding its wireless series, Denmark-based Jabra, a subsidiary of GN Netcom that makes in-ear and on-ear audio wearables, on Thursday launched the "Elite 65t" true wireless earbuds in India for Rs 12,999. The device offers up to 15 hours of battery life (with cradle) and have a distinct focus on the voice experience, the company
Audio gear makers have long promised wireless audio transmission as the next big thing in the industry. Once seen as a luxury, wireless audio has suddenly turned into the need of the hour. With the disappearing headphone jack on smartphones from leading brands and the mobile phones becoming the primary source of audio, it is
Denmark-based Jabra has built a reputation for itself with its wireless audio products, but the company s offerings have typically been priced higher than competitor products. Jabra also has a strong presence in the business-to-business segment for audio products, but some of its most interesting products have come from its consumer line-up. Jabra has now
Jabra has launched a set of new speakers called the Jabra Soulmate Mini, which offer wired and wireless playback options with Bluetooth and NFC support. These speakers are available across the country in red, yellow blue and black color variants with a price tag of Rs 4,999.
Jabra is pretty well known for its wireless audio products and today it has launched the Speaker 510 in India for Rs 11,000. Unlike the previous model the 410, this model adds Bluetooth so it can be paired up with a device to transmit audio wirelessly.
Jabra has launched the Extreme2 Bluetooth headset in India for Rs 4,999 which is the successor to the earlier launched Extreme headset. The new headset features Jabra's Noise Blackout 3.0 technology which should be able to do a better job than the previous Blackout tech. It should reduce more background noise and also offers a
Jabra has launched yet another Bluetooth headset in India called the Jabra Sport at Rs 5,999. As the name suggests, this one is particularly meant for those who are game for a heavy work-out routine but often get pissed off with those long wires creating a disturbance whilst exercising. Just like Nike+, Jabra has tied
Jabra, today launched Supreme, the world's first mono Bluetooth headset with active noise cancellation along with Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Noise Blackout 3.0 and Wind-Noise Reduction technology. Active noise cancellation removes ambient noise giving the user excellent call quality irrespective of the noise setting. Supreme also comes loaded with Noise Blackout 3.0 that reduces background
Jabra has launched the HALO2 Bluetooth headset in India for Rs 6,499. The HALO2 dons the look of a headband and features the new AM3D virtual surround sound system (mimics multiple-speaker-sound that seems to come from various directions). It also comes with Jabra's proprietary Noise Blackout technology with dual microphones for crisp and clear music/call
Now here's how you can win the recently launched Jabra STREET2 Bluetooth headset. The company is running a promotional contest whereby users can win up to 5 units of the STREET2 headset. All you gotta do is hit the 'Like' button on their official Facebook page and get yourselves registered in the contest. Jabra will
Jabra has launched 'STREET2', a Bluetooth headset that dons the look of a pendant. Users can wear it like a pendant with the beaded chain or use the removable clip at the rear to attach it on their outfit or bags. It pairs with up to two devices at a time such as phones and
Jabra, the maker of some of the finest Bluetooth headsets in the world, has launched its Freeway in-car Bluetooth speakerphone in India. Despite being the size of a smartphone (104x56x18 mm), the headset yet manages to accommodate three speakers which are responsible for providing virtual surround sound. It also guarantees to offer an enormous talk-time
Jabra has launched its STONE2 Bluetooth headset in India which is designed to listen to your instructions when you speak function-related words like 'call mom' or 'answer' or 'ignore.' It also speaks the names of your contacts whenever they're calling you or to simply read out an unsaved number in digits. It comes with a wireless portable charger, guarantees a talk-time of 10 hours and will also automatically ask you to charge it saying "low battery". Users can also download voice-enabled applications from Jabra's app portal that will let you send/read text messages or emails and update your status on various social networks though your Bluetooth headset (by giving voice commands). Now all that stands between you and this Bluetooth headset are Rs 7,999, which, of course, are worth spending considering all that reputation it has earned lately at the CES Innovation Awards (won the Best Wireless Handset Accessory Award). It will be available in two colors - Black (with leather finish or discrete finish as per user preference) and White (gloss finish). Jump the break to check out how it looks when removed from the wireless portable charger.
Following the World Health Organization’s revelation last week that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic to humans based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use, Jabra has issued an easy fix: instead of putting a cell phone to your ear and possibly getting a brain tumor, use one of its Bluetooth headsets. Jabra says its headsets emit 800 times less radiation than cell phones just 0.0025 watts max output compared to 2 watts max from cell phones. In a Jabra-sponsored survey, 61% said cell phone radiation only concerned them “a little bit” or “to some extent” and 25% said they were not at all concerned. But when informed that using a Bluetooth headset has been scientifically proven to drastically reduce exposure to radiation, more than half of the respondents said they would use a hands-free device. Hit the break for Jabra’s press release.