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Jabra's Revo, Revo Wireless and Vox headphones get priced, now shipping

Alexis Santos
03.25.13
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Jabra's fresh batch of stereo headphones were first trotted out at CES, and now they've just been graced with price tags and are up for grabs. The Revo Wireless over-ear headphone rings up at $249, while the wired flavor will set folks back $199. Jabra's in-ear Vox hardware hits wallets with a little less force thanks to a $99 asking price. If you're in need a refresher, the gear was designed with durability in mind, sports Dolby Digital Plus tech and works with its manufacturer's Sound App for iOS and Android, which promises souped-up audio quality. Pining for a set of the cans? You'll have to head over to Amazon or Dell's online storefront to pick one up.

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Jabra ships Vox / Revo / Revo Wireless headphones

Jabra is excited to announce that the company's highly anticipated line of stereo headphones - Jabra Revo Wireless, Jabra Revo (corded) and Jabra Vox - are now available for purchase. Following the successful launch of the Jabra Solemate portable Bluetooth speaker, these three new products take the music-listening experience to greater heights with excellent durability and design.

Beginning today, all three products will be available at Amazon.com and Dell.com for the following retail prices:

Jabra Revo Wireless ($249)
Jabra Revo ($199)
Jabra Vox ($99)

Jabra has partnered with Dolby® to provide powerful, mobile sound enhanced by Dolby Digital Plus. With Jabra's exclusive Sound App, Dolby Digital Plus provides rich, full-spectrum sound that brings your device to life and adds extra depth and dimension to your music. In addition, the Jabra Revo Wireless and Jabra Vox have recently been honored with the prestigious, international Red Dot Design Award.

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