It can proudly brag off being the first Bluetooth headset in the world with the noise black-out feature yet Jabra doesn’t demand more than $99.99. Someone teach the Groove Talk developers to affix prices to their product! Christened the BT 530 it is the first headset in the world that optimises voice quality (as an in personalisation) without actually reducing the sound quality or cutting down the original audio frequency. GN Netcom chose to use a rare pattern with it’s never before heard Noise Blackout Technology that uses a pair of microphones to capture sound in an attempt to filter only what you wish to hear. Not just this, it can also be connected to a PC or even a laptop.