If you're looking for some wireless freedom without the bulk, Jabra is coming out with a set of Bluetooth headphones the company's calling HALO, though it's not officially endorsed by Master Chief. Due out in May for $130, the stereo 'phones will let you listen to tunes or take calls, and they fold up for easy storage, too. The headphones are rated for six hours of use and block out background noise during calls.
Also being added to Jabra's roster is the car-friendly SP200 Bluetooth speakerphone, which launches this month for $60. It also features noise reduction technology and 10 hours of talk time, which should get you through a few rides.
Via Gadget Review