The Jawbone 2 which we looked at earlier will still retain the Jawbone namesake, as that is how Aliph wants to name this new iteration without introducing numbers behind that could potentially swell to the equivalent of SuperBowl figures in the future. The new Aliph Jawbone is 50% smaller than the original, featuring “NoiseAssassin” technology that will improve upon the noise canceling technology found in the original. It will also feature a faster processor on board along with a Voice Activity Sensor, where the Jawbone will know you’re, well, jawbonin’. A fast charging battery can suck up to 80% within half an hour, and it comes with a more down-to-earth talk time of 4 hours and 8 days of standby, probably due to its small size. If you want one of these beauties, it will retail for $130.
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