Product Launch by Todd Haselton on Wednesday January 06, 2010.
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Today Jabra announced two new Bluetooth accessories, the EXTREME headset and the CRUISER speakerphone.
The EXTREME headset features Jabra's Noise Blackout Extreme technology, which uses two microphones and digital signal processing (DSP), combined with automatic volume control to reduce background noises by as much as 24 decibels. It comes with two different sizes of Ultimate-fit eargels for added comfort.
The Jabra CRUISER Bluetooth Speakerphone also features Noise Blackout technology for eliminating background noises. It comes equipped with two metal arms to help it grip onto your car's sun visor, and also features spoken caller ID. A built-in FM transmitter will let you stream music to your car's stereo, and its "Multiuse" connectivity option allows up to two different devices to connect at once. That means you can use your work and personal phone or let your passengers use the CRUISER.
Both devices will be available this month for $79.99 and $99.99, respectively.
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