Reviews and Problems with Jabra FREEWAY In-Car Bluetooth
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Jabra Freeway Wireless In-Car Speakerphone Review
17 April 2014
Summary: If you're looking for a slick and affordable way to equip your auto with a hands-free system, look no further than the Freeway. From its ease of setup to high quality built-in audio, the Freeway is a win all around. The dual noise canceling mics did a great job cutting out road noise and the polished voice guidance system worked very well.
Pros: Great Design:, Ease of Use:, Controls:, Call Quality:, Additional Functionality:
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.
Excerpt: Negative press associated with the practice operating a cell phone while driving—which is not only dangerous, but also illegal in many jurisdictions—has spurred a sales boom in the Bluetooth headset market. But many drivers refuse to wear a headset, either because they find the device uncomfortable or inconvenient.
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.