Today at CES 2008 in Las Vegas, GN Netcom, the parent company of Jabra announced the arrival of their new Bluetooth headsets, the Jabra JX20 Pura – Titanium Edition, the BT8040, and the BT8030. Legit Reviews was on site to bring you a first-look at each of these cutting-edge and stylish headsets.
The Jabra JX20 Pura was designed by Jacob Jensen who built up a great following with his earlier Jabra incarnation – the JX10 and has been designing other innovative products for many, many years. This new headset is designed to continue Jabra’s legacy of “easy-to-wear, signature style”.
Holding this little marvel, you can see the quality of design and workmanship that went into Jabra’s latest flagship. Weighing in at less than half an ounce the Jabra JX20 has a black high-gloss trim with a brushed anodized titanium body. Designed for up to six hours of talk time, the ear-piece is designed to maximize comfort and long-term use. The JX20 comes with two sizes of ear hooks and a variety of sizes of ear-gels for the perfect fit to any ear.
The Jabra JX20 is supposed to have some of the most cutting edge technology on board to help bring in crystal clear sound. The DSP that Jabra uses on this headset drives the “intelligent volume control” with automatically adjust the speaker driver to compensate for the party that you are talking to.
Priced at $179, Jabra is expecting that those with a critical ear – and eye – will choose the JX20 Pura Titanium Edition Bluetooth headset.