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Aliph limited-edition Jawbone headsets

Posted in Headsets by Darrin Olson on March 1st, 2008

Aliph Sweet Talk and Dirty Talk limited-edition Jawbone headsetsAccording to an announcement, Aliph has released a few new designs of the wireless Bluetooth Jawbone headsets in three new limited-edition styles. The Jawbone headset seemed to be fairly stylish as it was, coming in colors of red, black and sliver with the sharp, metal grill look.

Aliph Trash Talk Limited edition Jawbone headsetThe three new models are from designer Yves Behar and come in gold, white, and black each complete with their own theme. The black model has a “mud flap girl” silhouette and is called the Dirty Talk. The gold model is called the Sweet Talk and ha a flower etched into it, and lastly (and our favorite), the white model is named the Trash Talk and has some expletive symbols stamped into the side.

New Jawbone Bluetooth headset from Aliph

Posted in Headsets by Darrin Olson on May 15th, 2008

New Jawbone headset from AliphAliph has just released a sequel to their popular Jawbone headset with a new Jawbone headset which has a slightly new look and improved noise canceling features from the original. The new Jawbone is currently available from the Jawbone website or from AT&T for $129.99 in black only, with more colors to come.

This new Jawbone looks to have a little softer look to it, doing away with the mesh metal grid look and replacing it with a metal diamond pattern. The ear hook also has a softer, stitched cover for a more comfortable look and feel.

Jawbone Bluetooth Headset From Cingular

Posted in Accessories,Cingular,Headsets,News by Darrin Olson on December 21st, 2006

Jawbone Bluetooth Headset From Aliph and CingularToday Cingular Wireless and Aliph introduced the new and unique wireless Jawbone Bluetooth Headset which provides a new style along with technology to improve the clarity and comprehension of conversations in noisy environments.

This headset is unique in a couple different ways, and the first thing that draws attention is it’s futuristic look from the perforated shield on the outside. The look of the Jawbone comes from a designer named Yves Behar who has an diverse assortment of ‘futurespective’ product designs for different markets, and has definitely given …

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Aliph Jawbone Prime arrives in candy colors

Posted in Headsets by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

Aliph Jawbone Prime arrives in candy colorsIt’s been nearly a year since we last saw a Bluetooth headset from Aliph. But now it’s back with the Jawbone Prime. The Jawbone Prime isn’t much different than its predecessor. On the outside, they’ve improved the look with something more dramatic. Inside there’s the addition of Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR (multipoint connections, easy pairing), plus some algorithm tweaks of NoiseAssassin 2.0 to improve noise reduction.

The Prime will be replacing existing Jawbones for $130, and comes in Blah Blah Black, Coffee Talk and Going Platinum, while an “EARCANDY” edition is available in Frankly SCARLET, ‘YELLO!, Drop Me A LIME and LILAC You Mean It.

Hands On: Callpod’s Drone Bluetooth adapter

Posted in Review by Jeff on December 12th, 2008

Callpod Drone Bluetooth Adapter Hands on reviewThe Drone, a Class-1 Bluetooth adapter brought to us by the Bluetooth obsessed people over at Callpod, packs quite a bit of convenience in such a small package. We had heard talk of the Drone since back in March and the device launched just last month. We were lucky enough to get a sample to try out and see just how well it performed. The Drone boasts a 100 meter (328 foot) range when paired with other Class-1 Bluetooth devices, and will also increase the range at which Class-2 devices will communicate. CallPod states that the device is so simple you “plug-n-play, then walk away” which is pretty true…

One absolutely brilliant aspect of the drone is its ability to auto-magically pair with a headset or headphones (such as the Callpod Dragon), eliminating the need to type zeroes into a prompt making it incredibly easy to use, saves time and avoids inconveniencing you. And out of the box the drone is intended to be used in this fashion, converting your Bluetooth headset into a mic and speaker combo, making it ideal for gamers or people who find themselves regular Skype users. The drone performed wonderfully when paired with a Jawbone aiding in surviving the zombie horde in Left 4 Dead, and as advertised will swap over to Skype if you receive an incoming call. It also gives you a feeling of liberation when you can wander around while streaming music directly to your headset.



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