Over the last few weeks, we have posted a lot about wireless earphones, there’s been a few major releases and a few Kickstarter campaigns, but now there’s one more.

This time, it’s from Jabra, who unveiled their new wireless in-ears called the Jabra Halo Smart.

Designed to be worn around the neck, they feature a collar-style design that allows them to have a larger battery than wireless headphones without as much battery space, as much as 230mAh, that is said to provide up to 17 hours of talk time or 15 hours of music playback.

Interestingly, the Halo Smart also feature a dedicated button for Siri or Google Now activation, alongside the normal multifunction music control button.

The neckband also vibrates to alert the user of incoming calls.

The new Jabra Halo Smart in-ears will be available from Jabra’s website in July. They are priced at $80 in the US, we don’t yet know any other worldwide availability or pricing details.

You can find out more at the source link below.

Source: Jabra

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