As the headline says, Jabra is introducing a mono Bluetooth headset that has active noise cancellation to remove ambient noise for the user wearing the headset. The Supreme has a 24mm speaker that delivers clear, clean sound. HD Voice technology makes your caller sound great, and wind noise reduction technology allows you to make clear calls in even windy conditions. The headset has a Flip-Boom arm; unfold it to turn the headset on. Voice Control and Voice Guidance give you hands-free operation. You can connect to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, and you can even stream music with A2DP. Interchangeable ear cushions and the adjustable ear hook means everyone can wear the Jabra Supreme comfortably. The Supreme should list for $99 and will ship in October.
Jabra Supreme Is the First Mono Bluetooth Headset with Active Noise Cancellation
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I am looking forward to seeing how this one turns out. I used to love the “flip boom on/off” feature of the Motorola handsets. It made it so easy to know and save battery. Everything else about them paled in comparison to Plantronics and Jawbone though.
Really? Jabra says that hey? And the Jawbone is what? Conveiently forgotten as having this technology for a couple of years now?