Aliph JawboneThe original Jawbone headset captured headlines with its “military-grade” active noise canceling technology. Less than two years later, Aliph has updated the Jawbone with a smaller, sleeker version.

The new Jawbone weighs in about 50 percent smaller before, and also looks like it’s more comfortable than its predecessor with its leather wrapped ear loop. A new slim loop also lets the Jawbone work better with glasses on.

Functionally, it’s pretty similar to before:

  • weighs 10 grams
  • up to 4 hours of talk time
  • up to 8 days standby time
  • charges to 80% in 35 minutes (100% in under an hour)
  • new magnetic charging cable
  • 3 ear-loop sizes for each ear
  • black, silver, or rose gold colors
  • MSRP $129.99

Currently, the new Jawbone is available exclusively from AT&T for full price, but expect prices to drop in the future as more resellers get it (we’ll keep you posted).

Or pick up a first-gen Jawbone (which also sold for $129.99 originally) for just $77.14 (black) or $74.49 (red) from Amazon.

update:The New Jawbone 2 is now available from for between $115 and $130 (depending on when you buy it).

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