This is the newest in-car accessory from Jabra to add convenience and comfort. The Jabra Drive is an in-car speakerphone that lets users get started by simply tearing open the packaging and negating the need for installation or set-up. It automatically pairs up with two mobile devices simultaneously using the Multiuse Technology. Calling it a device ‘to stay connected on the wheel’, the company adds that it allows drivers and passengers to adhere to the hands-free driving laws.
The Jabra Drive ensures clear sound with echo and noise cancellation using the DSP or digital signal processing. The automatic volume control instantly adjusts the headset’s volume to suit the user’s environment. This ensures that the natural sound of the user’s voice is retained on every call.
According to Ms. Ann Goh, Head of Sales, South Asia Region, , GN Netcom Pte Ltd, responsible for mobile products business in South East Asia, “The Jabra DRIVE also features A2DP technology which allows users to stream music from their smart phone or Bluetooth-enabled MP3 player, podcasts, directions from GPS applications etc. Whether it’s a phone call with dad, the latest hit song or directions to a soccer game, Jabra Drive transmits clear audio with ease. Our broad line of in-car speakerphones offers something for everyone and at every price point. The introduction of the Jabra DRIVE represents an affordable option for all types of uses – specifically, moms looking to keep their hands on the wheel, eyes on the road, and ears tuned into family life.”
The Jabra Drive comes with a voice guidance system that announces battery status and Bluetooth connectivity. It has large control buttons for volume and on/off for simpler operating. The device lets users talk for about 20 hours and offers standby time of about 30 days.
The in-box contents of the Jabra Drive include micro USB cable, in-car charger, clip for visor and quick start manual. Backed by one year of local warranty, the Jabra Drive is priced at Rs. 3999.
Published Date: Apr 18, 2012 08:48 am | Updated Date: Apr 18, 2012 08:48 am