Jabra launches mobile speakerphone

Jabra has launched its first entry in the mobile speakerphone category, the SP100 Bluetooth speakerphone.

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By  Peter Branton Published  September 9, 2004

Jabra has launched its first entry in the mobile speakerphone category, the SP100 Bluetooth speakerphone. The new speakerphone comes with two convenient car mounting accessories, a visor clip and a suction mount. The microphone features a pivoting arm which can be positioned for optimum voice pick-up. The volume can also be adjusted so that even large groups in noisy surroundings can hear phone conversations clearly. In addition, the SP100 is equipped with a mute button, which is particularly useful for telephone conferencing. Its multi-function call button supports voice-activated dialing and answer/end commands. The speakerphone, which weighs in at just 170 grams is primarily designed for use in the car, although the design also allows users to place the speakerphone on a desktop for use in the office or at home.

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