If you’d asked me three years ago which wireless earbuds to buy for the gym, I would’ve laughed and laughed and laughed. The entire category was so hilariously bad back then, how could I recommend anything? Well let me tell you friend: a lot has changed in the best of ways.
When Apple stopped including disk drives on its desktop computers, the world barely batted an eye. When DVD-ROMs were removed from the MacBook, few cared. But the loss of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 is a clear indicator that the apocalypse is upon us. But don’t freak out just yet, we’re going to help you deal.
Jabra has announced a new line of headphones that make a solid case for leaving your phone in your pocket. The bluetooth Jabra Revo Wireless headphones let you control your music with just a tap to the ear.
Jabra's new Solemate Bluetooth speaker looks like the fancy sneakers your favorite rappers wear. But does it sound good? And more important—can it party?
You know those jerks that walk around with little satellites coming out of their ears, feeling all superior? Well, you could be one of them! And why not be be the most superior one, with the most superior headset?
Active Noise Cancellation technology is a wonderful thing—assuming you could afford the high-end stereo headphones they're normally found on. But now, that same crystal-clear sound is coming to Bluetooth headsets with the Jabra Supreme.
The Jabra Freeway Speakerphone is the first of its bluetooth speakerphone brethren to use a three speaker-system to pump out Virtual Surround Sound via Bluetooth. It's smart too, the Freeway automatically turns on when a car door is open and pairs itself with the driver's phone. It's going to cost $129 in May but…
If you've got an almost elegant Bluetooth headset that feels as un-silly as the Stone, how do you change it for the inevitable sequel? Make it smarter.
Bluetooth technology really is handy and wonderful. Wearing Bluetooth headsets, though, can be a bit of a fashion and comfort nightmare. Enter the Jabra Clipper, which discretely gives any pair of 3.5mm headphones the Power of Bluetooth.
It's tough to muster excitement over a $130 Bluetooth headset nowadays. It feels like peeling yourself out of bed after a breakup, or laughing at a joke during a eulogy for your best friend. So, Jabra, regarding the Stone: Thanks.
Chances are, your phone—yes, even your iPhone—supports Stereo Bluetooth, but not that many people actually use the feature. We've gathered up the best A2DP headphones to either a) figure out why, or b) ask, why not?
A delicious tipster just sent us this photo of the Jabra Stone, which was teased in a silhouette earlier today. Is this it? It could very well be.
This is the teaser page for Jabra's Stone, an upcoming headset that's supposedly shaped like a stone. Too bad you can't see it for another 27 days.
I didn't realize just how small this Jabra Halo Stereo Bluetooth Headset was until I actually picked it up. Yeah, it's pretty damn thin.
Jabra, having mastered the art of monogamous cellphone to headset pairing, is moving on to the trickier task of two chicks at once—except instead of chicks, it's any two Bluetooth devices. The M5390 can connect simultaneous to any two endpoints, making it extremely easy to swap back and forth between, say, two…
Jabra's new BT4010 Bluetooth headset has one feature that sets it apart from all the others: a teeny, tiny LCD screen. With that one addition, decoding what your headset is up to is no longer a game of flashing lights or R2D2-like beeps: it'll show you when it's connected, when there's a call, and how full its battery…
It doesn't take a genius to figure out what sets the Jabra BT3030 apart from other headsets. In case you didn't notice, the BT3030 is all about how a dog tag design can make you look cool and masculine (or like a massive poser). As far as functionality is concerned, the device has some interesting qualities, like a…