Jabra has announced its latest wearable stereo Bluetooth headset, Jabra Play, which combines the functions of two mobile devices so music and voice calls are always within reach for on-the-go users.
Users can skip music tracks, adjust volume, answer/make calls, redial last number while smart devices stay safe in their pockets or bags within a range of 10 metres. Music fans can transform their headphones or earphones to a wireless headset with the Jabra Play, just by simply substituting the noise-isolating in-ear earphones which come with the Jabra Play. When a call comes, just slide the cylindrical clip closer to your mouth to use the in-built mic. When the call ends, music automatically picks up again where it trailed off.
Available in either all-white or black with orange highlights, the Jabra Play will hit stores on 15 April at S$88. You can get yours from Stereo Electronics, selected Challenger stores, Apple premium resellers Epicentre, Nubox, and other authorized Jabra resellers.