Wireless headsets are finally hitting that critical point when they're, well, not crap anymore. The Bluetooth-enabled Jabra Halo is the latest one to enter the market and it's compatible with mobile phones, MP3 players, laptops and TVs.
Though it's Bluetooth enabled, you can, if you're an old school kinda guy who likes wires and being tangled up in stuff, also plug it into any device with a 3.5mm audio jack.
There's a touch panel on the side to adjust volume, and if you get a call, the headset automatically fades out music for you to pick up the call. Noise Blackout is what Jabra calls their noise cancellation technology and it worked pretty well in the rather sexy JX20 Pura, so we're expecting crystal clear audio and call quality.
Its battery life is nothing to be sneezed at with an 8 hour talk time, 8 hour music time and 13 days' standby.
Available now, for £99.99 (under a hundred pounds? Bargain!)