Jabra showcases new range of Bluetooth headsets

This afternoon, Jabra showcased their latest range of Bluetooth music products including Jabra Street2, Jabra Halo2 and Jabra Sport, as well as high-end Bluetooth headset, Jabra Supreme, in Singapore. The Jabra Halo2 and Street2 are already available, while the Jabra Sport and Jabra Supreme will be available in October.

 Jabra showcases new range of Bluetooth headsets

This afternoon, the media is treated to a showcase of the latest range of Bluetooth products by Jabra Singapore which include (from left) the Jabra Halo2, Jabra Street2, Jabra Sport and Jabra Supreme. The Jabra Halo2 has a foldable design and feature AM3D Virtual Surround Sound and Power Bass for an enhanced listening experience, while the Jabra Street2 lets users enjoy their favourite audio tracks wirelessly, without having to worry about missing a single voice call. The Jabra Sport is rain-resistant, shock-resistant and dust-resistant, which is ideal for active music lovers who are into sports and outdoor activities. Last but not least, the Jabra Supreme is the high-end Bluetooth headset with Active Noise Cancellation, Noise Blackout and Wind-Noise reduction technologies that provide great clarity during conversation.

 Jabra showcases new range of Bluetooth headsets

The Jabra Sport comes in both wired and wireless versions, and you can get it in any color as long as it is yellow. The company did mention that it may release other colors for the Jabra Sport in future. The Jabra Sport will be retailing in stores in early October – S$148 for the Jabra Sport wireless version; S$168 for the Jabra Sport wireless version (Made for iPhone, iPad and iPod); S$98 for Jabra Sport wired version and also the wired version (Made for iPhone, iPad and iPod).

 Jabra showcases new range of Bluetooth headsets

Jonathan Tang, managing director, APAC Mobile for Jabra, gave a brief overview of the company and talked about how Jabra is doing. "2011 is a good year for us as we see explosive growth pretty much everywhere in the region including Australia and India. Mobile devices and technology platforms are changing, becoming more stylish, pervasive and easy to use. At the same time, you have abundant content available including cloud, social music and all kinds of entertainment and educational that is becoming more needed and accessible by the consumers. With more devices and content, users may own more than two mobile devices. And these devices need handsfree communication," Tang said.

 Jabra showcases new range of Bluetooth headsets

Theis Mørk, senior product manager of the mobile division in Jabra (based in Denmark) was also present to introduce the features of the company's new offerings.