Jabra's latest Bluetooth headset is the BT530, and, according to online reports, it is set to be on shelves in September.
The device is claimed to be one of the smallest on the market weighing only .35 ounces.
It is capable of pairing multiple desk and cellular phones at the same time.
And, says the manufacturer, it is the first of Jabra's range to use new "Noise Blackout" cancellation technology.
This means that two microphones are used to allow the DSP chip to sort and filter background sounds, which is claimed to result in clearer voice reproduction.
Talk time is listed as 5.5 hours, with maximum standby of 250 hours.
The headset comes with eight different sizes of "Eargel" and the pricing has been set at around the $100 mark.