Jabra announces FREEWAY speakerphone
Jabra has announced their spanking new speakerphone for those who tend to receive far more calls than they should whenever they are on the road. After all, it is considered to be a driving offense in most countries by now if you happen to hold up a phone to your ear while you’re behind the wheel, and the FREEWAY intends to make life a whole lot easier (and cheaper, since there won’t be any more tickets issued to you for flouting the law).
The Jabra FREEWAY is touted to be a revolutionary new speakerphone which will usher in yet another industry-first innovation, as it intends to bring audio quality to a whole new level thanks to a ground-breaking new three speaker system. This is the first of its kind in the industry, not to mention support for HD Ready Voice for superior audio quality regardless of whether you are the one receiving the call, or making one.
The Jabra FREEWAY is capable of functioning as a device inside the car, or outside when the situation calls for it, without suffering from any drop in performance or quality. Heck, if you want, you can also use it to listen to music with any compatible device, ranging from an iPad to an iPod touch, iPhone, MP3 player or video game console.
As with most car speakerphone designs these days, the Jabra FREEWAY will be clipped to your car’s visor, where it will turn on automatically whenever the car door is opened, and will aid you in pairing the device to your handset. Voice commands can be used to make, answer, end, redial or reject calls, making sure your hands are always on the wheel to react to road conditions. The moment a conversation is finished or when you’ve arrived at your destination, the FREEWAY will automatically turn itself off, so you need not fret about whether there is enough battery for the next call or not.
Each $129 purchase of the Jabra FREEWAY will be accompanied by a free one year subscription (that normally costs $59) to Voice Assist, a voice controlled app that can be used with any type of cell phone or IP-connected device. Expect this nifty little device to hit the markets this May.