The Jabra CRUISER, the first Bluetooth wireless speakerphone for mobile phones to feature Noise Blackout technology debuts at CES 2010.
The Jabra CRUISER also conquers one of the biggest limitations with car speakerphones: ambient noise. The proprietary Noise Blackout technology identifies the direction of various sounds - including traffic and backseat chatter - and reduces only surrounding noise without distorting a user's voice.
The technology uses dual microphones to capture the sound and then intelligently filters the ambient noise only. Used together with advanced DSP technology for echo reduction, the technology allows both sides of a call to be heard in natural sounding voice quality.
Featuring Multiuse™ connectivity, the Jabra CRUISER allows two Bluetooth-enabled devices - including mobile phones, smartphones, and MP3 players - to be paired simultaneously via a turnkey auto-pairing function for instant usability. Ideal for both family road trips or business travel, the CRUISER detects an incoming call and connects to the respective device. MP3 tracks can even be remotely controlled from the CRUISER with simple play, pause and rewind buttons on the speakerphone. In addition, a built-in FM transmitter allows calls and MP3s stored on a mobile device and played via the Jabra CRUISER to be heard through a car's stereo system. Ensuring that users won't miss phone calls while listening to music, the CRUISER even fades out music to allow for incoming calls.
he Jabra CRUISER is available online and at Verizon and AT&T retail stores for a suggested retail price of $99.99.
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