Jabra has announced its new CRUISER2, follow-up to the CRUISER, in-car Bluetooth hands-free speakerphone at the CES 2011. According to Jabra, the CRUISER2 features strategically placed dual microphones that are able to distinguish between background noise and the caller’s voice. It also includes the Noise Blackout technology to reduce ambient sound without compromising voice quality. There is also a powerful speaker.
The Jabra CRUISER2 uses Bluetooth 2.1 technology with EDR and eSCO and supports auto pairing. The speakerphone can be connected to car radio easily via FM transmitter to transmit music and calls to the car speakers. The CRUISER2 offers voice Guidance in 9 different languages. It provides up to 14 hours of talk time and up to 13 days of standby and comes with two chargers, a micro USB cable for charging via PC and a universal car charger that fits into the car lighter.
No words on pricing and availability.