Jabra hasn’t been known for having a solid lineup of headphones. Instead, it’s made a name for itself through Bluetooth headsets for cellphones. Late last month Jabra, released a line of high end headphones. Two of the items from the lineup, the Jabra Revo Wireless and Jabra Vox, showed up at my door shortly before the official launch on March 25th and I have been using them since. Here’s what I think about the new headphones.
Jabra makes a wide variety of Bluetooth devices, including your typical Bluetooth headset for mobile phones. They also make some unique devices that break free from the same old designs. The Stone 2, Sport Series headsets, Clipper, Halo 2 and the new Solemate BT speaker are all devices that show that Jabra isn’t just a leader in Bluetooth technology, but in design as well. The Jabra Supreme UC Bluetooth headset is a new type of BT device that can be used with mobile phones as well as PCs. For those that rely heavily on both cellular and Internet calls, The Supreme UC has a very appealing set of features.