The Jabra SP700, a "versatile" new speakerphone that can be used on its own or to transmit calls to your car's FM radio has been launched in the UK.

With an intuitive "voice" feature, a glossy black finish and "amazing" sound quality, Jabra says the SP700 is a "stylish alternative for those who aren’t keen on traditional headsets".

The speakerphone can be tuned into your FM radio to the use your in-car speakers to take and receive all calls and can also be used to stream music stored on your mobile phone through your car stereo speakers.

The SP700 has a voice feature that will tell you when your speakerphone's status changes by announcing instructions such as "power off", "the caller's number" and "connected".

There's DSP noise reduction and echo cancellation, up to 14 hours talk time and 255 hours standby time and it comes complete with a visor clip for no-installation car use.

The Jabra SP700 is available for around £49.99.