Jabra has unveiled its latest stereo Bluetooth headset accessory: the Jabra Clipper.
Showcased yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the compact device consists of a set of headphones and a small clip unit that can be attached to a lapel or tie.
The Clipper houses all of the controls users need to change tracks and adjust the volume of your mobile phone's audio playback software wirelessly.
What is unique about the Clipper is that if lets buyers swap the included headphones for a set of your own choosing, as it has a 3.5mm headphone jack built into the main unit.
According to Jabra, owners will be able to use the Clipper for six hours continuously before it needs to be recharged and it will stay ready to use on standby for eight days. The headset accessory will retail for £39.
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