Jabra Cruiser2 adds caller ID features
Jabra has announced the next generation of its in car hands-free solution, the Jabra Cruiser2.
Following up from the success of the original Cruiser device, the speakerphone device brings caller ID and voice guidance features to the in-car setup.
The caller ID aspect will tell you exactly who is calling you, and state the name exactly as you've got it programmed into your phone's memory, and the voice guidance features make it easier to navigate around the device's menus, as well as telling you how much battery life you've got left.
The Cruiser2 also acts as an FM transmitter for your phone's tunes (or your Bluetooth enabled MP3 player as it can support two devices as once), and you'll also benefit from noise blackout technology and auto-pairing.
You'll get up to 14 hours of talk time, and up to 20 days life on standby and you can charge it via micro USB or directly in your car.
“Jabra introduced the industry’s first in-car speakerphone in 2004 and continues to lead this category that now makes up 20 per cent of the hands-free market worldwide”, said Peter Hartmann, product marketing manager at GN Netcom.
“We now offer a full portfolio of in-car speakerphone products and look forward to continuing to help grow the market as consumers become more informed about the benefits of hands-free solutions”.
The Jabra Cruiser2 is out now and will cost you around £99.