Wireless technology, once the ‘in-thing’, is now close to achieving ubiquity. Leading the pack is Bluetooth, which has found its way into every gadget type known to us. The latest we hear is Jabra has unveiled a Bluetooth speakerphone, christened the SP700. Oozing eccentricity, the gadget has the most uncommon design for a speakerphone. Yet, the stylish SP700 shows all signs of leaving a lasting impact, with features like A2DP support, noise and echo cancellation, night driving and auto off modes, and an FM transmitter that allows you to forward any call to a sound system. The speakerphone can also be attached to your car’s sun visor with the help of its clip-stand. And if you have a radio display, the SP700 can also function as a caller ID device. This power-packed gadget can be yours for $99.99 and the package will include a USB charger, car charger, and visor clip.