Jabra Cruiser2 & Wave: For in-car handfree calling

Hands-free audio solutions leader Jabra, has launched an in-car speakerphone – bluetooth headset combo in India.

The Jabra CRUISER2 in-car speakerphones includes Caller ID - the speakerphone will tell you who is calling, exactly how you have the caller programmed into your mobile phone. The Voice Guidance system guides users through the set-up process informs them of the connectivity status and low battery levels. The built-in FM Transmitter lets the user transmit and play MP3s from a mobile device to the car's stereo system via the in-car speakerphone. Noise Blackout technology reduces ambient sound while strategically placed microphones are able to distinguish between background noise and the caller's voice, ensuring optimized audio without distracting noise from other passengers or outside traffic.

The Jabra WAVE, is a behind-the-ear Bluetooth headset emulates the design of the Jabra EarWave boom and BT250 but is slimmer and easier-to-use than its predecessors. It features voice guidance system, StatusDisplayTM, and an easy-to-locate answer/end button on the microphone boom.

It also claims new microphone concept with significantly better immunity to wind noise. The headset's boom tip features a microphone that is designed with rounded holes for smooth wind passage and less turbulence and the microphone is also wrapped in foam material developed to further reduce wind noise. This design, combined with Digital Signal Processing (DSP), allows for clear audio - even while walking or when the outdoor elements aren't ideal. Automatic volume adjustment prevent unexpected high pitched tones and other noises that may occur in telephone networks while ensuring that every conversation is at a comfortable, safe volume level.

Jabra Cruiser2 costs Rs. 5999 and Jabra Wave is available for Rs. 3899

www.jabra.com January 17 2011