Though announced and shown to the public back in April, Jabra‘s HALO headphones finally began making their way to stores on Monday. These low-profile, foldable headphones support the A2DP Bluetooth profile so that they can be used as wireless stereo headphones, and they also utilize Jabra’s Noise Blackout™ technology to minimize background noise when you use them to take a call. What really stands out about these headphones, though, is that they are capable of pairing with two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, automatically fading out whatever you’re listening to when they detect an incoming call. The package also includes a cable, allowing you to use them as wired headphones if desired.
The HALO wireless headset is priced at $130, and is already available at Best Buy. It should be showing up at other retailers as well very soon.