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Ralf Jurrien
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Jawbone Bluetooth headset awarded

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Tuesday, November 20th 2007 - 13:15 CET - Comments: 0
A liph, a leading developer of mobile audio products, announced the Jawbone Bluetooth headset has been recognized by Popular Science as a 2007 “Best of What’s New” award winner - adding to its numerous awards for technological innovation and product design excellence received in 2007. Popular Science selected the Jawbone Bluetooth headset for making a “significant step forward” in its gadget category. This is the latest accolade in a series of honors accorded to Jawbone. Earlier this year, the Jawbone Bluetooth headset became a two-time recipient of the BusinessWeek/IDSA International Design Excellence Award. Additionally, it was awarded a Spark! Award in a new competition honoring product design.
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International Design Excellence competition

The annual International Design Excellence competition, sponsored by BusinessWeek magazine and run independently by the Industrial Designers Society of America, recognizes design excellence in products from the U.S., Asia, and Europe. Jawbone received its 2007 gold award for "Best Packaging & Graphics."


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Aliph Jawbone headset - Awards

Jawbone is a groundbreaking Bluetooth headset that integrates the latest innovations in acoustics and audio processing with premium product design to provide users unparalleled incoming and outgoing voice clarity. The latest awards for the Jawbone, designed by renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar - principal of fuseproject and Aliph's vice president and creative director, reinforce the industry acclaim it has received since its introduction in the fall of 2006. Among other awards, Jawbone was recognized as Engadget's Most Wearable Device of 2006, ranked in PC World's "Top 100 Products" of 2007 and remains rated as CNET's #1 Bluetooth headset.  


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Best of What's New award

"For 20 years, Popular Science's 'Best of What's New' awards honor the innovations that can make a positive impact on life today and change our views of the future," says Mark Jannot, Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science. "PopSci's editors evaluate thousands of products each year to develop this thoughtful list. There's no higher accolade Popular Science can give."


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Noise Shield technology

"Our goal with Jawbone was to transform the mobile audio experience through exceptional design and unparalleled technology to create a truly unique consumer product. Yves's clean, ergonomic design melds instinctively with Noise Shield technology to enhance the customer experience in every way - from the packaging to the functional simplicity and ease of use," said Hosain Rahman, CEO, Aliph. "We are delighted that Popular Science has bestowed this honor by declaring Jawbone one of its 2007 ‘Best of What's New' award winners."


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Jawbone headset - CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award

In addition to the latest recognition, Jawbone was previously honored with the International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award and the iF Product Design Award. The Jawbone headset has been on display in the Museum of Modern Art, both San Francisco and New York.

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