Jabra has launched a handsfree Bluetooth car kit that conveniently clips onto your car's sun visor. Simply tune your FM radio to the frequency set on the SP700 speakerphone and then use your in-car speakers to take and receive calls. The SP700 also sports an intuitive voice feature that keeps the driver updated with the status of the device. Available in 10 languages, the SP700 will announce a caller's number, when the device is paired up to your phone, and when the device is powering down. In addition, the SP700 also has the ability to stream any music you have stored on your mobile phone through your car stereo speakers.
Available in a piano-black finish, the SP700 boasts advanced DSP noise reduction and echo cancellation that Jabra promises will ensure crystal clear sound quality for both the caller and the user. A night driving mode automatically dims the integrated LED screen so as not to distract the driver, while users will be able to enjoy 14 hours of continuous talktime (or music) and up to 255 hours of standby time.
The Jabra SP700 is available to buy online now and will begin retailing nationwide from 1 September for around £49.99.