Jabra Clipper (Image courtesy Pocket-lint)
By Andrew Liszewski

There doesn’t appear to be any info about it on the Jabra site at the moment, but Pocket-lint has dug up some info on the company’s just-announced Clipper Bluetooth Stereo Headset. Bearing a slight resemblance to the previous generation iPod Shuffle, the Clipper attaches to a garment or bag strap and features “minimalistic controls and smooth Scandinavian styling.” It comes with a set of noise-blocking earbuds, but thankfully a 3.5mm headphone jack allows you to use your own, and besides controlling your music and volume the Clipper also allows you to make or receive calls with 6 hours of talk time and 8 days of standby. ~$61 (£39.00) presumably available sometime this year.

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