Plantronics has demonstrated the new K100 in-car Bluetooth speakerphone at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The gadget includes dual microphones and digital signal processing (DSP) technology that keeps the user’s voice sharp and clear, while limiting surrounding noise. Echo cancellation improves listening on both sides of the call, while a high-quality speaker ensures every call is heard clearly. The Plantronics K100 also includes an integrated FM transmitter, so users can hear conversations, stream music, or podcasts from their smartphones, straight to their car stereo system. A dedicated one-touch mute button with voice confirmation also provides confidence when the feature is engaged. Large buttons allow you to control the K100, while keeping your eyes on the road. The Plantronics K100 speakerphone is priced at $79.99 each. [AVING]



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