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May 29, 2004 Show:
Communications Accessories Guest:
JABRA is the foremost brand in innovative hands-free communication solutions for the mobile consumer market. With the upcoming addition of three new Bluetooth« headsets, JABRA will meet every need in the field of wireless headsets whether you use a regular hands-free device or Bluetooth technology. In addition, JABRA will make its first entry into the mobile speakerphone category with the SP100, a cordless, portable speakerphone that works with the latest Bluetooth phones and allows convenient hands-free conversations in the car, office or home. The Bluetooth wireless technology operates on a globally available frequency band intended to ensure communication compatibility worldwide.
Tom Perszyk, Vice President of Strategic Engineering discusses the JABRA hands-free headset line with special emphasis on the new Bluetooth compliant headsets.
JABRAMay 29, 2004 interview
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