Jabra has always been in on the headset game, so it comes as no surprise that they have a bunch of musicphone Bluetooth goodies at CTIA in Las Vegas.
The BT620s is a hi-fi stereo headset that switches off to calls when to they come in. With 16 hours of talk time and 14 hours of music, it retails for $130. The A320s is basically a Bluetooth USB dongle for your PC and goes for $35.
For the more stylish bunch, Jabra is offering the BT325s, a Bluetooth headset that comes with corded stereo headphones. You can get the $90 BT325s in an urban and rain shower proof design. The C820s is not Bluetooth, but is simply a “high-quality corded stereo headset” powered on a single AAA battery. The price for this is $180.
And finally, for those of us who have phones and music players that don’t have built-in Bluetooth, Jabra is offering the $60 A125s and $50 A120s for iPods and standard 3.5mm jacked players, respectively. Plug ‘er in, and add BT connectivity to any music-playing device.