Reviews and Problems with Jabra FREEWAY In-Car Bluetooth
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Jabra FREEWAY wireless Bluetooth in-car speakerphone review
23 August 2013
Excerpt: The Jabra FREEWAY is a hands-free car speakerphone that connects to your phone via Bluetooth and has a built-in FM transmitter that allows you to stream calls and any phone audio over your car stereo or via the built-in speakers. The FREEWAY mounts on your sun visor, and using motion sensor technology, it turns itself off when your car is not moving and no Bluetooth device is connected.
Summary: You could buy a top-shelf Bluetooth headset for less than the $130 Jabra expects to fetch for its Freeway, and speakerphones like this are pretty much limited to in-car use (although we suppose you could operate it on a desktop if you really wanted to). But if you spend a lot of time in your car and on the phone, the Jabra Freeway is a great solution.
Pros: Long battery life, great sound quality, and a wide range of feature.
Cons: Expensive, and its form factor limits its utility to in-car use.
Excerpt: Jabra has long been considered one of the industry leaders when it comes to providing mobile communications accessories. Their Bluetooth headsets exist in such a wide range, it has often been said that there was something for everyone in Jabra’s lineup.
Summary: Jabra Freeway er en god håndfri som gir svært god lyd i din ende og helt grei lyd i andre enden. Selv i en støyfylt bil er det enkelt å føre en samtale. Stemmefunksjonene fungerer godt, batterilevetiden er god, og tastene er intuitivt plassert og dimensjonert. Det mest praktiske med Freeway er imidlertid at du enkelt kan hekte håndfrien av solskjermen og ta den med i båten, på stranda eller i hytta for å spille musikk.