updated 12:20 pm EST, Fri February 29, 2008
New versions of Aliph's popular self-titled Bluetooth headset have been released, according to an announcement. By default, Jawbones are available in grill-shaped red, silver or black designs; celebrity designer Yves Behar, however, has helped fashion three new models, part of a "very" limited-edition run. The Sweet Talk Jawbone is gold-tinted, and has a small floral etching. The Trash Talk headset is white, and has a "censored" expletive on its side; the Dirty Talk model is all-black meanwhile, and is engraved with a woman's silhouette.
All Jawbones feature special audio technology, which automatically compensates for loud environments by reducing ambient noise and simultaneously adjusting volume. Shoppers cannot buy one of the limited-edition sets through normal online or retail channels, however. They are instead being distributed in small promotions, including a current contest organized by Josh Spear.