Just back from a pre-CES soiree here in NYC with some tantalizing tidbits to share. The tiny Jabra JX10 Bluetooth headset that first appeared in the spring at CeBit was supposed to have been available this summer. Turns out the device, crafted by the Danish designer Jacob Jensen, has soft-launched in Europe and will arrive stateside second week of December.
It's amazingly small — 1.5-inches long and less than an inch wide. Charges via AC or USB cable for up to 6 hours talk time and 200 hours standby. Jabra is playing up the DSP digital sound enhancement feature, which adjusts the volume based on background noise for better quality. Hard to fathom, but this tiny earpiece also has a multicolored LED indicator, volume control, along with an answer/end call buttons. $179 according to the man.
A close-up and photo of the cradle after the jump...
Jabra JX10 [Product Page]