Jabra / Gn Netcom Drive Jabra Drive available on June 19 2018 from FactoryOutletStore for 59.99
Jabra Drive Bluetooth Wireless Speakerphone With Wideband/dsp Technology (100-49000001-02) available on June 01 2018 from NeweggBusiness for itemprop="offers" target="_external" title="" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer">45.17
Jabra Drive Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone (U.S. Retail Packaging) available on May 24 2018 from Amazon for 25.99
Jabra Drive Bluetooth Wireless Speakerphone With Wideband/dsp Technology (100-49000001-02) available on August 14 2015 from Newegg for 39.99
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It enables you to make hands-free calls. It connects wirelessly to your phone and needs no installation. simply clip it onto the visor and get started. The intuitive controls complement the unique user friendliness with a large easily accessible answer/end button, volume button and a dedicated on/off switch. It s as easy to operate as pulling down the visor. Drive possesses DSP voice processing technology delivers clear sounding details even in noisy environments. And the outstanding speaker performance makes every call sound loud and bright. Its multiuse design lets you connect to two devices simultaneously. It is loaded with stunning features like 20 hours of talk time with 720 hours of standby time. It even comes with a car charger and a USB cable so you can charge both inside and outside your car. Jabra Drive Features: Up To 33' RangeVoice Activated DialingVoice Guidance / Announcement Bluetooth In Car SpeakerphoneDigital Signal Processing Technology Enriches Sound Quality Connect to Multiple Devices Call Answer / End ButtonAdjustable Volume Listen to Music (Supports A2DP) Up to 20 Hours Talk TimeUp To 30 Days Standby Bluetooth® Connection for Mobile Phones"
I got the Jabra Drive for my wife's car and since she has zero tolerance for anything that takes more than 30 seconds to learn how to use, I specifically chose this model based on it being marketed as simple to use. In that regard, it does live up to it's billing. However ...The marketing collateral says "...it will connect automatically whenever you get into the car" and this is just not true. Once I read the actual user guide, which by the way - has to be down..