GN Netcom has announced the upcoming availability of its new compact Bluetooth stereo headset named as Jabra CLIPPER. As its name implied, the CLIPPER features clip-on wearing style for easy clipping onto clothing, combining clip-and-go lifestyle with easy-to-use multi-function button that able to pause, skip tracks or adjust the volume.

The users can switch between music and calls easily, instantly, while both Mp3 player and phone are connected wirelessly to Jabra CLIPPER. Furthermore, incoming calls will automatically override their favorite tracks.

Features of Jabra CLIPPER:

  • Multiuse technology enables the CLIPPER to connect to 2 different devices simultaneously
  • Noise-blocking ear buds to reduce background noise
  • Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR, A2DP and AVRCP)
  • Talk time: up to 6 hours ; Standby time: up to 8 days

“We have been thrilled with the success of the Jabra HALO and feel that the market is ready for the release of another Bluetooth stereo headset, especially as the popularity of portable music devices continues to grow,” commented Jonas Forsberg, General Manager for North America Mobile Division at GN Netcom, Inc. “Verizon Wireless was impressed with the CLIPPER since our initial discussions with them and felt strongly that launching it exclusively in North America would help achieve their goal of expanding stereo headset offerings for their customers.”

Jabra CLIPPER which measures 4.8 (L) x 1.6.5 (W) x 2.55 cm(H) and weights just 20 grams is scheduled to be available exclusively through Verizon Wireless stores nationwide and in May 2010 for a MSRP of $59.99.