Another device released today that is also at the CES 2011 on showcase is the Jabra CRUISER2 which is the successor of the Jabra Cruiser Bluetooth Speakerphone. According to what Jabra is saying, the CRUISER2 comes with dual microphones that are strategically placed which enables the device to distinguish between background noise and the caller’s voice, so the caller on the other end won’t be disturbed by background noises. The CRUISER2 also utilizes Noise Blackout technology which reduces ambient sound without compromising the quality of calls.
The Jabra CRUISER2 utilizes Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR for connectivity, it supports auto pairing and can also be connected to your car radio via FM transmitter to transmit music and calls to the car speakers. It offers voice Guidance in 9 languages and has a battery life of up to 14 hours of talk time and up to 13 days of standby. There is no word on pricing or availability yet, so we will keep you updated.