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Jabra Go 660 headset boasts loss-free noise reduction

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Tue September 28, 2010

Jabra unveils headset with no-loss noise reduction

Jabra has unveiled the Go 660 in an attempt to stand out in the crowded Bluetooth headset field. The earpiece hinges on a new noise cancellation technique that Jabra claims is no-compromise. Although it uses dual microphones like most active noise reduction, the Go 660 is said to counteract the noise without lowering the audio quality of the call itself.

The headset is estimated to last for about 5.5 hours of continuous talk or 10.5 days of standby. It can pair with any Bluetooth phone that supports a headset profile but also has a bundled USB adapter to give desktops and some notebooks an option of using the headset for audio chats.

Jabra already has the Go 660 on sale for $110.



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