Jabra has come up with an in-car handsfree alternative to sticking a headset in your lughole. The Jabra SP200 is a speakerphone that connects to your handset via Bluetooth. Designed to clip onto the visor of your car leaving you to concentrate on your driving, the Jabra SP200 can also be used to conduct conference calls at home or in the workplace. Rather than inundate the speakerphone with a variety of buttons, the SP200 simply has one large control key sitting alongside a volume wheel and a dedicated on/off switch. Jabra also claims that its DSP technology will reduce background noise and cancel out any echoing for enhanced call quality.
The Jabra SP200 speakerphone is available from 1 April from The Carphone Warehouse for approximately £39.99.
Jabra SP200 speakerphone specs:
Size: 12.4 x 5.6 x 2.4cm
Weight: 84 grams
Talktime: 600 minutes
Standby time: 552 hours