Jabra Extreme Skype Certified wireless headset

Jabra rolls out a new wireless headset, featuring Multiuse technology, enabling to use it with your mobile and PC simultaneously and it is also Skype Certified.

The Jabra Extreme for PC feature specially developed Ultimate-fit Eargels mold to any ear shape to ensure a snug fit,  comes with two rotatable ear hooks and contains specially designed holes for optimum incoming sound. The dual-purpose headset feature Noise Blackout Extreme techology , which significantly enhances the dual microphone system of the device. It also packs DSP for crystal clear sound and voice, acoustic shock protection, can adjusts volume automatically, Bluetooth 2.1 and comes a USB adapter that automatically connects the headset to a PC and Skype.

Jabra EXTREME for PC

After testing the Jabra EXTREME – FOR PC, Ed Botterill, Certification Manager at Skype, commented that the device was, “the best sounding/performing Bluetooth headset my team has put through our test laboratories.”

Jabra EXTREME for PC

The Jabra EXTREME – FOR PC is now available for $99.99.

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