Verizon Wireless and Jabra have recently introduced the new Jabra BT8010 convertible Bluetooth stereo headset at the CTIA Wireless 2007 show. The BT8010 is the first phone from Jabra that can also be used as a stereo headset by connecting a special stereo earpiece to it.
The BT8010 headset features Bluetooth 2.0, A2DP, Audio/Video Remote Cotnrol profile, a jog wheel for easy navigation, and a Multipoint connection. It also uses Digital Signal Processing Technology for clearer audio playback.
The Jabra BT8010 Bluetooth is available today on Verizon Wireless' on-line store for $99.99. The stereo earpiece costs $29.99. Both will appear Verizon Wireless retail stores on April 6.
Jabra BT8010's key features:
- High performance mono Bluetooth headset that can be converted into a Bluetooth stereo headset
- Supports Bluetooth 2.0, hands-free profile, Bluetooth stereo (A2DP) and remote control (AVRCP) profile
- Up to 10 hours talk time/up to 6 hours music streaming/up to 300 hours standby time
- Mono unit weighs less than 0.8 ounces, stereo unit weighs less than 0.49 ounces
- DSP (Digital Signal Processing) for background noise/automatic volume control
- Multipoint (2 pairings -- 2 connections) to connect 2 devices at the same time (e.g. music player and mobile phone)
- Phonebook can store up to 30 contacts
- OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) scrollable display and jog wheel for easy operations
- Phone features: Answer / end, reject a call / call waiting, last number redial, voice dialing, volume control
- Music features: Play/pause/stop, skip track forward, volume control
- Retail package includes mono unit, attachable stereo unit, carry pouch for stereo unit, AC charger, USB cable for PC interface and notebook charging