Jabra has announced the availability of three new products.

The Jabra BT5010 headset features a sliding boom arm and comes with the boast of providing best-in-class audio quality.

The 5010's sliding boom claims to deliver better audio quality because the microphone is placed nearer the user's mouth, but, has been designed minimise airflow over the microphone for no heavy breathing interference.

(Unless of course you are heavy breathing on purpose, in which case it will probably pick it up perfectly.)

The Jabra BT5020 is based on Jabra's discrete behind-the-ear form factor and is supposed to be comfortable enough to wear all day.

The BT5020 headset supports Bluetooth 2.0 technology and with the A7010 (below) can be connected to both landlines and mobile phones, making it ideal for the busy people dashing in and out of the office.

The Jabra A7010 Bluetooth Hub enables either headset to "pair" with a desk phone via Bluetooth as well as with your mobile phone and lets users receive calls from both sources.

Info on pricing and availability to follow.