Working out with wired headphones should be outlawed. There's a good reason why companies like Jaybird and Beats have been making wireless in-ear headphones for years now that are designed for people who train to the tune of their favorite music. And if you're one of those people, you might be interested in one of the more recent wireless headphones to come out - the Sport Pace. Although technically not in-ear headphones, the Sport Pace are one of Jabra's newest additions to its wireless sports earbuds collection built to withstand military standards for sweat, rain, dust, and shock resistance. These wireless sport headphones aren't just for music listening, they'll motivate you and enhance your workouts. Be sure to catch our full review after the break!Read More
Jabra. Hearing the name will make any tech-savvy person think of a Bluetooth headset. Jabra is famous for its headsets for one reason, they're one of the best on the market. And like Jawbone, Jabra has recently made a push towards portable wireless speakers and even headphones with its Solemate and Revo series, which combine decades of experience in voice communication technologies. Jabra's new Rox Wireless are the company's first wireless stereo Bluetooth 4.0 in-ear headphones to offer users a more discrete and familiar way of listening to music compared to the behind-the-ear design of the Jabra Sport Wireless+, along with more advanced features and improved battery life. The Rox Wireless pack impressive wireless headset pedigree and high-definition Dolby-enhanced audio capability into a relaively small impervious form factor. But will it be enough to face steep competition from notable rivals such as JayBird's BlueBuds X and Plantronic's affordably priced BackBeat Go 2? If you're looking to stream your music wirelessly with the added benefit of ultra-portability, you should definitely tune into our in-depth Rox Wireless review after the jump!Read More
Jabra has been in the Bluetooth headset market for a long time, but when Jabra first released the Stone Bluetooth headset, it didn't quite get the likes of everyone due to its performance. Jabra has since released the Stone 2 with an even sleeker finish and added features in hopes that it will improve on its predecessor. While the Stone 2 has kept the streamline unique design as its predecessor, it still doesn't look like your typical Bluetooth headset. Instead, it looks more like a futuristic device straight out of a sci-fi movie. Good looks aren't the only thing you want in a Bluetooth headset tough. A solid performing Bluetooth headset will indubitably make your mobile life much easier. Find out if the Jabra Stone 2 will be worth your hard earned cash right after the jump.