Jabra Unveils Stone2 Bluetooth Headset

I’ve never had the chance to see the Stone 1, and now the Stone2 is out for us to buy!?  The new Stone2 let’s you send texts, update Facebook, or answer calls with your voice. It’s going to be available November 21st for $129.

The next generation of the hugely successful Jabra STONE, the STONE2 allows for truly hands-free communication while building on the success of its predecessor and featuring the same revolutionary design. The Jabra STONE2 is the first Bluetooth® headset that allows users to take calls further and easier. 

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Innovative new features allow for easy, hands-free communication including an all-new:

  • Voice Control
    • Make calls using the sound of your voice (For example, "Call Dad")
    • Answer an incoming call by simply saying "Answer"
    • Reject a call by saying "Ignore"
  • Voice Guidance
    • Hear the name of an incoming caller through the headset (For example: "Mom Cell" or "David’s Work"), exactly how you have the caller programmed into your phone.  If the caller’s number isn’t saved to your phone, the headset will read out the phone number.
    • A "Connected" audio alert means the STONE2 is paired with your mobile device
    • The STONE2 signals a "Low Battery" audio alert when it needs to be charged.  Battery levels also appear on the iPhone® to avoid guessing when the headset battery is running low
    • The STONE2 talks users through an easy set-up process of pairing the headset to a mobile or smart phone (including the iPhone)  
  • Voice Enabled Applications
    • Utilizing the Jabra World of Apps, consumers can easily and quickly find applications that fit their lifestyle and make the most of their headset experience. With third-party hands-free apps that have been hand-selected and rigorously tested to work with the Jabra STONE2 and other Jabra products, the Portal includes a robust suite of voice-enabled apps allowing users to:
      • Send text messages or emails using their voice
      • Read email messages
      • Update status on social networking sites including Facebook
      • Notify users of missed calls
      • Listen to customized music stations
      • Find a business
      • Get local traffic reports and updates
    • The Jabra STONE2 iPhone app provides consumers with not only a product introduction and overview but four "solution videos."  The videos highlight everyday situations where headsets and apps can improve your lifestyle, providing real-life examples so users can chose what is best for them.
  • Multimedia & More
    • Play music, watch videos, listen to podcasts and get directions from GPS applications with new multimedia streaming capabilities

"The Jabra STONE2 takes everything our customers found appealing about the original STONE – design, style, portability – and adds voice communication enhancements that truly allow a user to be hands-free," said Michael Cowan, AT&T director of accessories, AT&T Mobility & Consumer Markets.  "We are pleased to work with Jabra to expand and innovate our accessories portfolio."

With a shape like no other headset on the market, the Jabra STONE2 elegantly wraps behind the ear eliminating the standard on-face microphone and combining both style and functionality. With a new and improved fit, the STONE2 includes a choice of four "comfort-tested" and ergo-designed ear gels to provide a personalized fit for different ear shapes and sizes.  In addition, the wireless portable charger functions as a compact carrying case that fits into the palm of your hand – simply plug your headset into the charger and power-up whenever and wherever you want. 

The Jabra STONE2 will be available at AT&T retail stores and Att.com for a suggested retail price of $129 beginning November 21, 2010. 

For more information on Jabra’s line of mobile products, visit www.jabra.com/buy   For an enhanced experience with Jabra products try one of the featured applications on Jabra.com/apps.

  2 comments for “Jabra Unveils Stone2 Bluetooth Headset

  1. January 8, 2011 at 10:37 am

    I think Jabra is a good company.

  2. MsKiSS
    January 18, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    I just bought this headset after having many different jabra models, and i am disappointed!! the fit is horrible, it never stays on your ear. Usually jabra headsets fit great, but this one def sucks!

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