Jabra, the Danish company that also has a division called GN Netcom, has launched two new Bluetooth devices into the Australian market: one is an upgrade to last year's Jabra Stone while the other is the Jabra Freeway, a Bluetooth speakerphone that looks like it's the best one currently available!
Do you talk on the phone a lot in the car? Or need to stay in touch while driving? Jabra seeks to provide users with a 'no-excuses' approach to hands-free calls while driving. If you can't afford to miss a business call, then CRUISER2 is certainly a cost-effective productivity tool for you. However, more importantly, in catering to your fast-paced time-poor lifestyle, CRUISER 2 offers a sustainable solution to ensure you adhere to safe-driving habits - and that both your hands stay firmly away from the phone while you drive. Available at S$198 (RRP) from Challenger, EpiCentre stores and other authorized Jabra retailers, CRUISER2 also happens to cost less than the cash fine penalty for 'Handphone Driving' offenders , not including 12 demerit points, imposed by the Singapore Traffic Police. Outside the car, the Jabra CRUISER2 is also extremely suitable for portable use in the office or the home.
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