Jabra Headset and Speakerphone Use Noise Blackout Technology. Say What?

Jabra, suppliers of goods to people who like to jibba jabba, has launched a pair of of gizmos that use Noise Blackout technology to cut out annoying non-verbal umska when you're on the move. Cruiser, above, and Extreme, below.

Jabra Headset and Speakerphone Use Noise Blackout Technology. Say What?

Both devices use a pair of microphones each, digital signal processing and automatic volume control to reduce background noise by as much as 24 decibels. The Extreme, which comes with two different sizes of eargels (one for you, one for the Shrek you're with, I guess), will be available this month for $80, while the Cruiser costs $100.

[Mobile Burn]