Jawbone Prime, modeled by sexy ladies, is Plantronics’ Voyager Pro, modeled by business douches.
It’s the child of the Voyager 510, and it promises protection against 80dB of noise with AudioIQ2, with three layers of wind protection. Spec-wise, it supports Bluetooth 1.1, 1.2, 2.0 and 2.1 + EDR, and has a talk time of six hours or standby time of five days. And it’s $US99. I have to admit, Jawbone Prime’s lady models are making the extra $US30 look worth it.
Engineered for Comfort
The Plantronics Voyager PRO endured an extraordinary 24 rounds of human factors testing to perfect the design for all-day wearing comfort and stability. The behind-the-ear wearing style is perfectly counterbalanced so weight is distributed evenly, rendering it virtually weightless when worn. The Voyager PRO ear tip is made of soft silicone for an optimal fit and features a “sound channel” that helps distribute audio evenly to the ear.
Engineered for the Mobile Professional
The Plantronics Voyager PRO was designed for the mobile professional user. It includes easily accessible power, volume and mute buttons. It can seamlessly connect to two different mobile phones with multipoint technology, and it folds up easily for storage. The Voyager PRO also features voice prompts for low battery warnings and mute status. Finally, the lithium polymer battery provides up to six hours of continuous talk time and five days of stand-by time, exceeding the talk and standby times of most mobile phones.
Pricing and Availability
The Plantronics Voyager PRO is available exclusively at Best Buy and www.bestbuy.com for $99.99. The Plantronics Voyager PRO is also available at www.plantronics.com, and will be available in other major consumer retail and wireless carrier stores beginning in late May. Availability in Asia and Europe will follow in late June and late July, respectively. For more information about the Plantronics Voyager PRO, please visit: http://www.plantronics.com/voyagerpro.