Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth

Category: Cell Phones - Date: March 28, 2008

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Introduction
This bluetooth headset leads the pack with a very lightweight, comfortable to wear design, and with the great sound quality you’ve come to expect.

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Design
The Jawbone design is sleek. Although it looks like metal, it is made of a light weight, medical grade plastic. Available in your choice of Black, Red and Silver. Jawbone’s ergonomic design enhances acoustic performance and keeps the device lightweight, stable, and comfortable. It can be worn on either ear, and you can customize yor fit by choosing the earloop or an earbud (several shapes and sizes are provided).
Weight: 28.34g (1 oz)
Body Size: 45.72mm x 55.88mm x 17.78mm (1.8″ x 2.2″ x 0.7″)

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Features
The headset has a rated talk time of 6 hours and a rated standby time of 120 hours. Other features of the headset include voice-dialing support and a battery strength indicator.

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Performance
The Jawbone measures the ambient noise around you and automatically enhances the incoming audio and adjusts the volume to make every incoming call sound crystal clear. Using adaptive sound technology, the Jawbone uses two microphones and a voice activity sensor. When placed against the cheek, the sensor detects voice vibrations rather than picking up the sound from your mouth.

What’s included in the package
Headset
4 adjustable ear hooks
5 ear pads
USB charge cable
Travel USB Charger
User’s Guide

Conclusion
Jawbone’s intelligent system of sensors, software, and ergonomic features allows you to use your mobile phone in any environment without shouting or straining to hear.


2 Responses to “Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth”

  1. favi Says:

    looks like a nice, sleek bluetooth, definitely one to consider for purchase.

  2. m goode Says:

    This blue tooth would be the perfect accessory for the Krave. (motorola.com/krave) It has bluetooth as well as a 2 MP camera and full touch screen. I’ve been a huge fan of the krave ever since I started working with Motorola. It’s definitely worth checking out.