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by Josh Rubin in Tech on 04 March 2007


Jawbone, the Yves Behar designed Bluetooth device, utilizes advanced noise cancellation technology to eliminate background noise from your call. I have been testing it out for a couple weeks now—walking on NYC streets, passing garbage trucks and ambulances, yet no one complained of the background noise and I didn't need to raise my voice to be heard. By using directional microphones and a bone conduction voice activity sensor, Jawbone is able to adapt to any noise environment resulting in clear reception and delivery. Although a tad bulky, it is lightweight, sleek and curved to match the outline of your face. The earloop and earbud come in different sizes and shapes allowing a somewhat customizable fit. The headset is constructed from medical grade plastic and is available in black, gray or red.

$120 at Jawbone


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