It’s hard not to like the Jawbone JAMBOX, but if you’re the kind of person who likes their tech to be customized, the new JAMBOX Remix might be just for you. With the launch of Remix, the JAMBOX is now available in over 100 different colors combinations.
If the diminutive Jambox is too small for your amplifying tastes, then check out the Big Jambox that Jawbone just released. It’s basically the same as the Jambox, except that it’s bigger. It’s still wireless and will work with any Bluetooth-enabled device.
Back in the summer when we caught our first glimpse at the Jawbone UP bracket it seemed interesting enough. The idea is that the UP can track all sorts of things about you and your health from how far you walk to how long you sleep.
Up is a new health and wellness gadget from Jawbone, which uses hardware and software to track your eating and sleeping habits, as well as your movements. It’s the same size as those rubber straps that people wear, and it contains enough sensors to track all of the relevant info.
I have used Bluetooth headsets before when I was driving in a car. They are generally easy to use, but at one point or another I always have a brain fart and forget what button does what and end up turning on pairing mode or something when trying to answer the phone.
You may have seen the fancy looking Jawbone Bluetooth headsets before. The things have a cool and chic looking design for women and dudes that want a headset that looks as good as it works. Jawbone has now unveiled a new product called the Jambox that looks like one of its headsets with a pituitary problem.
Drop Me a Lime, LILAC You Mean It, Frankly Scarlet–you’ve just got to love the names of these chic new Bluetooth headsets from Jawbone… and they don’t look half bad, either. It takes a snazzy set of colors to live up to those names, for sure.
Of course, you may need runway-ready styling to pull off that level of excellence, but for the rest of us, the Jawbone headsets look pretty good on their own.
It’s not all about aesthetics, though, and that’s good news, considering these babies retail for $130 apiece.