Now you can answer or reject calls by simply speaking. Jabra’s newest bluetooth headset, STONE2, allows you receive calls with voice commands, instead of having to touch your headset. This headset is also Skype-certified and optimized for Internet calls. Its multi-point technology enables you to take a call on your mobile phone, while you’re using Skype on your computer. Add superior noise cancellation to its feature list, and it’s no wonder Jabra won the CES 2011 award for best wireless accessory.
Jabra also showcased its next generation speakerphone, the CRUISER2. It boasts even better audio, and downloads your phonebook so it can announce the name of the caller. CRUISER2 attaches easily to your car’s sun visor for safe, hands-free calling.
For more information on Jabra’s new products, visit www.jabra.com.
At CES 2011, Smallbiztechnology.com spoke with Michael Jensen of Jabra about their latest offerings.
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