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Jabra launches Jabra Eclipse in-ear headset

Jabra has announced the Jabra Eclipse in-ear headset. Weighing in at just 5.5 grams, this lightweight wireless headset combines unrivalled sound quality with a sleek design and offers comfort.

Jabra has announced the Jabra Eclipse in-ear headset. Weighing in at just 5.5 grams, this lightweight wireless headset combines unrivalled sound quality with a sleek design and offers comfort.

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Key features of the Jabra Eclipse include:Jabra’s lightest Bluetooth headset ever weighing just 5.5 grams; premium music-grade speaker; elegant and sleek design offering comfort; 10 hrs of talk time; and portable charging and storage case included.

Despite its lightweight design, the Jabra Eclipse delivers superior audio performance and comfort. Not only designed to block out background noise so one can concentrate solely on the audio wanted to hear, but the headset is also discreet.

Using HD voice technology, the Jabra Eclipse provides a revolutionary audio experience. The music-grade speaker included in the headset transmits the full dynamic audio range with warmth, depth and clarity. Eclipse gives conversations clarity and crispness as if one is standing next to the person he/she is talking to.

Whether you’re at a busy airport, in your car or walking down a noisy street, sound remains clear thanks to Jabra’s noise cancellation technologies. The only thing people on the call will ever hear is your voice, giving you a new kind of freedom to take and make calls without ever having to consider your environment.

Jabra Eclipse is as intuitive as it is pioneering. When a users wants to make a call, simply double tap the headset. And with the Jabra Assist app, it’s even easier to customize the headset and take advantage of functionality needed.

Jabra Eclipse comes with a carrying case that doubles as a portable charger that gives the headset up to an additional seven hours of talk time.

“An on-the-go lifestyle has made more and more people dependent on their mobile phones. While they appreciate the value of a Bluetooth headset, some won’t consider using one because of their appearance,” says Darcy Clarkson, Head of Consumer Solutions at Jabra. “We wanted to crush this notion and create a headset that delivered both outstanding sound quality and a great design.”

Jabra is the brand of GN Netcom, a subsidiary of GN Store Nord A/S (GN).

More information at www.jabra.com.

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