Jawbone’ new EarWare collection Bluetooth headsets

Jawbone’ new EarWare collection Bluetooth headsets

Jawbone announced a new designer editions EarWear Collection to its ICON Bluetooth headset family.

The new EarWear Collection include four model, inspired by and named after fashion textiles – Cashmere, Denim, Mesh, and Suede. The headsets are equipped with NoiseAssassin noise cancellation technology, originally developed for use by tank commanders and helicopter pilots.

The Jawbone claims that their headsets are the only Bluetooth headsets with a Voice Activity Sensor (VAS) that literally feels your speech vibrations and optimize call quality. They are also A2DP-enabled, allowing you to listen to music and take calls.

Jawbone Earwear Collection Casmere

The headsets are also compatible with Jawbone’s MyTALK online platform, which allows you easily to update the device to the latest firmware. The four new EarWear headsets – Cashmere, Denim, Mesh and Suede are available for $99.99.

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