By Shane McGlaun

Bluetooth headsets can be convenient when you are driving and can prevent you from getting a ticket in many states. The issue for some users is that most Bluetooth headsets are expensive devices. Jabra has unveiled a new Bluetooth headset called the BT2080 that is cheap.

The BT2080 headset sells for $39, which is much cheaper than many high-end headsets sell for. To prevent users from accidentally turning the headset off it has a dedicated power button. Support for Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR and eSCO is built-in.

The headset can auto pair with mobile phones and has six hours of talk time per charge. The device can also standby for up to 8 days per charge. The overall dimensions for the BT2080 are 53 x 16 x 9mm and it weighs 8 grams. The device ships with a micro USB cable and a universal car charger.

[ Jabra ]