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Jabra announces the SP100 Bluetooth Speakerphone for the American Market
Posted on 28-Sep-2004 08:39 | Tags Filed under: News


Jabra announces the SP100 Bluetooth Speakerphone for the American Market
The JABRA SP100 Bluetooth speakerphone is a new battery-operated portable wireless speakerphone that requires no installation, comes with a two-watt 96 dB speaker, and provides up to 12 hours talk time and 20 days of standby time.

A visor clip and suction mount are included for use in the car, and several power and charging options are available with two rechargeable batteries, an AC adapter and a vehicle power adapter. The speakerphone also operates with standard AA batteries, making it easy to keep charged at all times.

The JABRA SP100 features a multi-function call button and supports voice-activated dialing, as well as call-answer/end commands. With the growing number of nations implementing hands-free legislation, the JABRA SP100 is an ideal solution for mobile phone users required to comply with the road safety legislation.

An "office mode" feature provides optimized performance in office environments and a mute button is especially useful for telephone conferencing. The contoured design of the JABRA SP100 allows the speakerphone to easily sit on a desk or conference table and the flexible, pivoting microphone arm can be positioned for optimum voice pick up.

The company says the speakerphone offers up to 12 hours of talk time and 20 days of standby time, on a design measuring approximately 13 cm long, 7.5 cm wide, 4 cm. The JABRA SP100 Bluetooth speakerphone will be available in the North American market in October with a suggested retail price of US$149.








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