Jabra launches Stone 2 and Freeway

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Danish hands-free manufacturer Jabra today refreshed its product range for Australia, announcing the Stone 2 Bluetooth speaker and Freeway in-car speakerphone.

The Jabra Stone 2 and Jabra Freeway. (Credit: Jabra)

The Stone 2 is, as the name suggests, an update of last year's Stone headset. Featuring the same unique design, the Stone 2 walked away with the 2011 Design and Innovation award for the Wireless category at CES. The updated model sports some minor aesthetic enhancements and now supports advanced Multiuse as well as voice control and guidance.

For use in-car, the Freeway also features voice control and voice guidance, and employs a three-speaker design for simulated 2.1 surround sound. The Freeway also includes Bluetooth stereo audio and an FM transmitter so you can connect your phone's media library to your car radio using the Freeway as the middle man.

Both the Stone 2 and Freeway will sell for AU$149 (RRP) and will be available shortly through Harvey Norman, Dick Smith Electronics, JB Hi-Fi and Crazy John's.

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dubster posted a comment   

Hi Joseph, the news release I saw talks about the Freeway coming with ... "a free one-year subscription to the Voice Assist app. Voice Assist, which is compatible with iOS devices as well as BlackBerry and Android phones, lets you make calls, send and answer e-mails and text messages, and even post to Twitter and Facebook, all with just your voice"

Is this available/applicable in Australia?


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