The Jabra JX10 Cara is one of the hottest additions of 2005 to the high-quality Bluetooth-enabled headsets line of Jabra, and comes in two versions, one available in 24-carat gold and the stainless steel alternative.
Being designed to look good on your ear as well as to provide a clear sound for on-the-go conversations, the headset created by Jacob Jensen European design house allows you to keep talking on the phone wirelessly, for up to 6hours,without bothering your ear.
It weighs just 14 grams, measuring 3.9 x 2 x 2 cm, and is powered by the DSP digital sound enhancement technology.
You may charge it either via your computerâ€™s USB port, or using the in-car charger, and check the multi-colored LED light indicator for the Bluetooth status, battery life and charging.
Thanks to the smart design, Jabra JX10 Cara can be worn with or without the earhook and features volume control, one-button pairing with the cell phone, answer/end call functionality, voice dial, last number redial, reject call, as well as call hold/wait.
You can find it available for purchase at different stores, at prices around $150.