A new headset from Jabra, a producer of hands-free audio solutions, brings the world of unified communications to the desktop – and away from it.
The Jabra PRO 9450 allows users to answer calls in four different ways:
* when away from their desks by using the headset:
* at their desks by pressing a button on the headset base touch pad display:
* using Jabra Call Manager software:
* or using computer keyboard shortcuts.
A noise-cancelling microphone ensures that the user’s voice is heard clearly, and wideband audio makes incoming calls sound crystal clear. With a range of up to 150 meters, the Jabra PRO 9450 boasts flexibility and mobility in the office space, which promotes a heightened productive and un-tethered work style.
‚Microsoft is dedicated to supporting the launch of Lync optimised products, providing a wide range of solutions for customers adopting Unified Communications platforms,‚ said Tracy Bolton, who heads the Information Worker division at Microsoft SA. ‚The Jabra PRO 9450 is another example of Jabra developing higher quality audio solutions that are simpler to install, easier to use and targeted at the needs of our mutual customers.‚
Key specifications of the Jabra PRO 9450 include:
¬∑ Wideband sound and DSP (digital signal processing)
¬∑ Noise-cancelling microphone
¬∑ Headset range of up to 150m
¬∑ Multiuse connectivity for pairing desk phones and soft phones at the same time
¬∑ Up to 8 hours of talk time and up to 46 hours of standby time
¬∑ Interactive setup wizard for simple pairing
¬∑ 3 wearing styles: headband, earhook and neckband
¬∑ Headset Weight: 28g