Jabra on Thursday launched its BT320s Bluetooth stereo headset. It works both with Bluetooth equipped phones and iPods, using the Jabra
Bluetooth stereo adapter for the iPod. The BT320s costs $89 and will be available during the fourth calendar quarter of 2006; the A125s costs $59.99.
The BT320s works with music-equipped cell phones and switches between calls and music. It’s Bluetooth 1.2-compliant and supports A2DP music-playing and AVRCP remote-control bluetooth device profiles. It works for up to six hours at a time and up to 160 hours of standby time per battery charge. It will automatically pause music when you get a call, and features remote phone controls like answer/end, voice dial and last number redial.
What’s more, the A125s is compatible with iPods, iPod minis and iPod nanos. It connects through those devices’ dock connector.
Jabra’s Web site had not been updated with information about the BT320s as
posted this article.