It goes without saying that talking on the phone while driving is extremely dangeous, especially when you do not have a hands-free kit to accompany you. Well, Jabra aims to prevent that from happening with the Go 660 headset solution, where it is touted to be the first Bluetooth headset with Noise Blackout Extreme from Jabra themselves. Will it live up to its claims? Hopefully so, which would mean you can enjoy better sounding conversations even when you’re in a really, really noisy rock concert or social function. Each $110 purchase comes with a USB Bluetooth adapter that will hook up to your computer, allowing you to change from VoIP to voicemail in a jiffy.
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