Convenience, precision in sound, iconic design and easy remote control use sum up two new Bluetooth stereo headsets announced by Jabra recently. Worn around the neck as a personal accessory or clipped on, the hands-free Jabra Play and Jabra Tag were designed for users on the go who want to easily switch between music and calls without compromising their lifestyle.
These latest releases round out Jabra’s music portfolio which includes a recently announced line of stereo headphones – Revo Wireless, Revo and Vox and a wireless portable speaker – Solemate.
The high-performance, cylinder designed Jabra Play is a stylish little headset that packs incredible digital sound quality when listening to music or making a call. As more and more users are now carrying multiple mobile devices, the Play can connect to two devices simultaneously so users can switch easily between music and calls while on the go. And it’s easy to control, allowing users to attach their own 3.5mm earbuds. It is available in both black and white.
The Jabra Tag combines precision sound, seamless music and call control, and a built-in FM radio – all of this in one iconic dog tag design. Users can plug in Tag’s noise isolating in-ear earphones and listen to music, take calls or tune in to their favorite radio station without having to touch their phones or another mobile device, wherever they are. And when a call ends, they can go back and enjoy their music. The Tag is also available in black or white.
The Jabra Play ($59.99) and Jabra Tag ($69.99) will be available at retail stores and on Amazon.com beginning in April.