Mobile phone headset maker Jabra on Thursday unveiled its C120s and C220s, two new corded headsets designed to combine the audio from mobile phones and from iPods or other music players. The first stereo headsets from Jabra, the devices plug directly into the mobile phone and offer an adapter to connect to standard music devices like the iPod, saving you from having to switch from earbuds to headset when you get a call.
The C120s features an in-the-ear style while the C220s sports a behind-the-ear design. Either headset optionally can be worn in one ear, with the left earpiece removed and hanging behind the neck. The headsets both have in-line mics and clothing clips. The C120s headset has EarGels, removable fitted attachments to secure a good in-ear fit, which Jabra said offers better stereo sound. Small, medium and large EarGels are included, along with foampads. The C220s includes standard and small MiniGels, which similarly channel sound directly into the ear. The C120s retails for US$29.95, the C220s for $34.95. Jabra’s Web site had not been updated with information on the new products as MacCentral posted this article.