Infotech Lead America: Jabra has unveiled the latest additions to its music portfolio – the hands-free Bluetooth stereo headsets Jabra Play and Jabra Tag, which were designed for users on the go who like to switch between music and calls easily.
The launch of these new headsets closely follows Jabra’s recently announced line of stereo headphones – Jabra Revo Wireless, Jabra Revo and Jabra Vox , and a wireless portable speaker, Jabra Solemate.
Jabra Play and Jabra Tag can be clipped on or worn around the neck as a personal accessory. The stylish cylindrical Jabra Play packs incredible digital sound quality when listening to music or making a call. It can connect to two devices simultaneously so that users can switch easily between music and calls while on the go. Users can attach their own 3.5mm earbuds.
The Jabra Tag combines precision sound, seamless music, call control and a built-in FM radio in a dog tag design. Users can plug in Jabra Tag’s noise isolating in-ear earphones. The Jabra Tag makes it possible for users to listen to music, take calls or tune in to a radio station without having to touch their phones or another mobile device. When a call ends, they can continue enjoying their music.
Both the bluetooth stereo headsets feature convenience, precision sound, iconic design and easy remote control.
The Jabra Play and Jabra Tag are both available in black and white. They will be available beginning in April at $59.99 and $69.99 respectively.
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