Fitted with dual microphones to filter out noise (the first speakerphone to do so), and supporting voice announcements to tell you who is calling and help with basic operation (such as pairing), the CRUISER is a pretty enticing offering.
But, Jabra has gone one step further. The CRUISER can also stream music from your mobile phone, either playing through the speaker or re-transmitting it to your radio via FM. When a call comes in, the music is automatically faded out and paused.
There’s also a status display with multi-coloured lighting system that quickly informs you about the pairing status or battery level.
The CRUISER will be available in Q4 with a suggested retail price of £99.
Key specs (from press release)
- Bluetooth® 2.1, including EDR and eSCO
- A2DP and AVRCP for music streaming
- Noise Blackout™ Extreme technology with Dual Microphones
- Crystal clear sound and voice (DSP)
- Voice Announcements™ incl. Caller ID via phonebook access profile (PBAP) and pairing instructions
- FM Transmitter
- Multiuse™ – connects to 2 devices at the same time
- Night Driving Mode
- Auto-pairing to mobile phone
- Visor Clip
- Talk time = Up to 14 hours
- Standby time = Up to 300 hours
- Weight: 85 grams
- Dimensions: L127mm x W62mm x H17mm
- USB cable
- In-car charger
- Quick Start Manual
More info: www.jabra.com