Jabra Cruiser Bluetooth Speakerphone Review
Bluetooth speakerphones are good for handsfree phone conversation on cars. Normally a decent cars comes with handsfree phone call option but not all cars have that by default. Alright let me come to the point. I recently got a Jabra Cruiser Bluetooth Speakerphone for review and I was quite stunned with its performance. This is the not the first bluetooth speakerphone I am testing, but I must admit the call quality was exceptional.
- Weight 85g
- Dimensions: 127mm x 62mm x 17mm
- Bluetooth version: 2.1 EDR
- Operating range: upto 10 metres
- Talk time: upto 14 hours
- Standby time: up to 13 days
- Charging time: approximately 2 hours
- Dual microphone technology
- Play music and take calls through your car stereo
- DSP technology to reduce background noise
- Spoken information so you can concentrate on the road
- Announcements for low battery, connected/disconnected and pairing instructions
- A2DP and AVRCP to stream and control your music from your phone
Jabra Cruiser works with almost all the mobile phone whether its your iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. I personally tested with all the major mobile operating system, so your good to go with any mobile phone available in the market right now. Being a designer by profession I prefer gadget to be somehow good at design and Jabra Cruiser Bluetooth Speakerphone has been added my long list of favorite Apple accessories.
With Jabra Cruiser you can listed to FM or songs from your phone’s music library. It’s not needed since all the cars comes with a stereo audio system that are 1000 times better than listening songs from your bluetooth speakerphones.