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Get better calls without compromising your music with the Jabra Halo Smart

By Marcus Wong - on 5 Jul 2016, 10:44am

Get better calls without compromising your music with the Jabra Halo Smart


Ever felt that the call quality through the microphone on your headphones doesn’t quite live up to the standards of that on a dedicated Bluetooth headset? Apparently, you’re not alone. 

Jabra says that 79% of users want one set of headphones for both calls and music, but find the call-experience on most music devices inadequate. That’s why Jabra has designed their new Jabra Halo Smart wireless headphones with voice and call quality as top priorities, including high-quality microphones with integrated wind-noise protection to ensure that whatever it is you’re doing, the person on the other line will always be able to hear you.

The Jabra Halo Smart gives you 17 hours of talk time, or 15 hours of listening time on a single charge. It weighs just 38g, and features a neckband wearing style for all-day comfort, resting around your neck when not in use. If you get a call while they’re on your neck, simply separating the earbuds will allow you to accept it. 

The Jabra Halo Smart is designed to fit seamlessly into any lifestyle.

The neckband also vibrates to alert you of incoming calls, while Android users can use the Jabra Assist app on their phones to track battery usage and alerts to incoming calls, calendar notifications, text message and even social media updates. Meanwhile, 10mm drivers matched with Jabra’s latest audio technologies ensure that your music is as enjoyable as ever. 

There’s even a dedicated button to access Siri or Google Now with just a single touch. Android users will also be able to get their calendar notifications, emails, text messages and social media messages read out to them so you won’t have to whip out your phone to know what’s going on.

The Jabra Halo Smart is available now for S$138 in three colors (Impact Red, Electric Blue and Classic Black) at all authorized retailers. 


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