Hot on the heels of the Jabra Step comes the new Jabra Stealth. Smaller, lighter and more discreet than most other Bluetooth headsets in the market, the new Jabra Stealth features Jabra’s Noise Blackout noise cancellation technology to filter out all ambient noise except your own. Dual microphones and the capability to transfer HD voice allow the Jabra Stealth to deliver crystal clear quality while remaining inconspicuous thanks to a slim candy bar frame that measures just 6.5cm in length.
MicroPower battery technology basically refers to the use of a cylindrical battery cell instead of the typical rectangular battery. This allows the cell to achieve higher density with greater efficiency and increased capacity, and in the case of the Jabra Stealth, allows it to provide up to 6 hours of talk time and up to 10 days of standby time on a single charge.
There’s even a dedicated button to activate the voice assistant on your smartphone – whether it’s Siri or Google Now, just tap the dedicated voice control button on the side of the Jabra Stealth; the usual commands you give will be fed into the voice assistant.
As always, a choice of five Ultimate Comfort Eargels are provided so you get the best fit possible, while NFC support allows you to quickly pair the headset with any NFC-enabled mobile phone.
Priced at S$128 (RRP), Jabra Stealth is available now at Apple premium resellers, Challenger stores, Harvey Norman and all other authorized Jabra resellers.