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Jabra has extended its range of fashion-centric Bluetooth headsets with a brushed anodized titanium design, dubbed the JX20 Purea.

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Jabra's JX20 Bluetooth headset has a titanium shell

The headset has been designed by Jacob Jensen, former head of design at Bang & Olufsen, who designed Jabra's existing JX10 Bluetooth device. It operates over Bluetooth 2.0 and comes complete with an over ear hook and several ear buds.

Jabra claims users will get about six hours' talk time from the JX20, which charges via USB.

Classy conversation comes at a price though, because the JX20 will cost about $180 (£90/€120). A release date hasn't been broadcast yet.

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