The Jabra Stone - another exotic Bluetooth headset?

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The Jabra Stone - another exotic Bluetooth headset?
Jabra has the tendency to occasionally lend colour to their product catalogue by rolling out ultra-fashionable Bluetooth headsets like the JX10 and JX20 that look extremely different from standard models of the manufacturer, such as the BT 530 that we have recently reviewed. The Jabra Stone, pictures of which have been leaked on the Internet, seems destined to become a proud member of the elite line-up of the company, because the gadget looks like taken right out of a sci-fi movie and features extremely simplified, but trendy design with rounded shapes. The rumour has it when set on its charger, the device reminds of a stone, hence the name. Unfortunately, the images don´t provide any insight on its overall size or the way it´s supposed to be worn. We will certainly keep you posted and you will be among the first to know more about the Jabra Stone. 


The web page dedicated to the fashionable accessory says more information will be unveiled on 20 October. If you visit it, you will be able to enter a prize draw and win the Jabra Stone.

source: Gizmodo

The Jabra Stone - another exotic Bluetooth headset?
The Jabra Stone - another exotic Bluetooth headset?

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3 Comments

1. paintballguy113

Posts: 16; Member since: Sep 29, 2008

looks like an over ear or upside down over ear. an ear curl?

2. WKlingbeil

Posts: 215; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

Looks ugly if you ask me.

3. Gilgamesh

Posts: 11; Member since: Aug 16, 2009

its definetly over the ear but that leaves just the ear bud in your ear, nothing like a mic though. i suppose it would need to be really sensitive to vibrations to pick up what you're saying

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