Logitech has unveiled a new product called the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e. Logitech promises that the compact speakerphone offers enterprise-quality audio for conversations for business or home users. The mobile speakerphone is designed to allow users to set up an instant conference room for group conversations just about anywhere they happen to be.
This afternoon a new build is on the way to what appears to be only iPhone 5 users with iOS 6.1.4. This update does very little outside of bringing on an updated audio profile for the user's speakerphone and weighs in at a generous 11.5 MB. This download is best made over wifi, and goes by the build number 10B350.
It's time once again for SuperTooth to bring on an in-car speakerphone world to a boiling point with the SuperTooth Crystal. This device is nearly as iconically shaped as its predecessor with the SuperTooth HD, and certainly has enough functionality to make up for the fact that it doesn't look quite as flashy. Here in the Crystal you've got exactly what SuperTooth promises: high quality in-car Bluetooth connected speakerphone action.
Announced back at CES earlier this year, today the popular Bluetooth and audio company SuperTooth have just released their brand new Bluetooth in-car speakerphone. This zero installation and easy to use speaker is finally available starting today and we have a few hands-on pictures and video live here at CTIA 2012 in New Orleans.
Jabra has given its latest Bluetooth accessory a US launch, this time a speakerphone rather than a headset. The Jabra FREEWAY is apparently the first to include three speakers and be HD Voice compliant; that, the company reckons, makes it ideal not only for hands-free calls in the car, but for use with an iPod, smartphone or other PMP thanks to Bluetooth A2DP support.
The folks at Plantronics are celebrating their 50th anniversary by announcing some brand new communication devices, software, and services. Amongst them, two items stand out: the Voyager PRO UC Bluetooth headset and the Calisto 825 speakerphone set. In addition to these two, a Plantronics Unified Communications Toolkit has been announced, "the industry's first" totally complete set of tools, training, and documentation "for expanding the growth of unified communications solutions. Ken Kannappan, president and chief executive officer at Plantronics, notes the following: “We want to end the pain-points that people experience when trying to stay connected at work or home. We think everyone - from consumers to mobile professionals to the business world- should be able to simply communicate regardless of device or location. We want to deliver innovative products with uncompromising quality, an ideal experience and extraordinary service so everyone can simply communicate.”
Having one car speakerphone isn't enough for BlueAnt. No, they've got to have options. That's where the S4 "true handsfree" voice controlled car speakerphone comes in. Shown off at the company's booth on the showroom floor at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the S4 is a bit more of a streamlined device.
BlueAnt has managed to show up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with plenty of devices to show off. Continuing their focus on Bluetooth headsets and other devices, the company was happy to showcase their new S3 Compact Voice Answer Car Speakerphone. It's keeping with the compact design, but still packing in the features to make sure that potential customers are purchasing the device with everything inside.
When you are driving down the road in your city or traveling in your car a lot, many of the areas you drive though might have laws that mean you need a hands free kit in your car to talk. BlueAnt has unveiled a new hands free speakerphone for the car called the S3 that promises nice features at a value price. The device will ship on Q1 2011 and sell for right under $80.
Jabra has outed its latest in-car speakerphone, the CRUISER2, a Bluetooth hands-free kit that announces incoming callers by whichever name you've programmed them into your address book with. The CRUISER2 uses Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and has dual-microphones for noise cancellation; it also packs an FM transmitter, for streaming audio to your car radio.