Jabra BT2070 Bluetooth Headset *Discontinued*

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*Discontinued* by Jabra.  See other Jabra Bluetooth Headsets HERE

Jabra BT2070 offers edgy hands-free design for people who want something out-of-the ordinary. This unique headset has an intriguing design that centers around an illuminating yellow circle that lights up for incoming calls.

The BT2070 performs as well as it looks with simple functionality and staying power. Simple 3-button interface puts connection at your fingertips. Get started straight-away with automatic pairing and just touch the circle to talk. The staying power is great for a headset so small – with impressive talk time that means you can enjoy all-day hands-free comfort and convenience. Edgy and stylish with quality to back it up – the Jabra BT2070 is state-of-the art hands-free device that lets you connect with attitude.

Key Features:

  • Edgy design combined with ease of use and long talk time

  • Up to 5,5 hours talk time and up to 200 hours standby time

  • Lightweight – weighs only 8g

  • Wear it with or without the earhook.

  • Two sizes are provided for individual comfort.

  • Bluetooth technology – clear sound with Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR & eSCO

  • Auto-pairing for no-nonsense set-up

  • Jabra Discreet Light feature – the light indicator (LED) does not continually flash

  • Features answer/end, redial and voice dial

  • Charging plug: USB Micro-B, 5-pin

For more information see Jabra BT2070 datasheet

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 08 October, 2010.
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