JABRA SPEAK 510: Never miss a call
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A recent study undertaken by consulting firm Strategy Analytics reveals that an increasing number of companies in India are open to the mobile workforce. The study points out that more companies are investing in mobile devices and solutions to enable productivity and efficiency of their potential workforce. No surprises here—this generation of employees has grown up with internet access, social networks, mobile phones and the 'always on' lifestyle. No wonder, devices that support the increased request for more mobility are in high demand.
Jabra Speak 510 speakerphone is one such device. Priced at R11,000, it is designed for professionals with an everyday need for audio conferencing or simply hands-free calls. It functions as a light-weight audio device with its compact design and convenient travel case and 15 hours of battery to keep the conversation alive. Its crystal-clear omni-directional microphone means attendees all around the speakerphone can hear and speak clearly—making it ideal for one-to-one and smaller group conference calls.
Jabra is the brand of GN Netcom, a subsidiary of GN Store Nord A/S (GN) —listed on Nasdaq. The company's consumer and business divisions produce corded and wireless headsets, plus mobile and in-office speakerphones that empower individuals and businesses through increased freedom of movement, comfort and functionality.
My first thoughts on the Speak 510 speakerphone: the device is simple to use and appropriately designed to meet the increased demands for mobility, at home, in the workplace or on the go. It can be connected via Bluetooth to the computer, tablet or smartphone. It uses plug-and-play connectivity and ensures that the user is just seconds away from virtual meetings and hands free conversations.
The speakerphone is basically a round black disc of plastic with a grill on the top, some button indicators around the perimeter and a USB cable that wraps around the base and tucks out of way. It is compact and unobtrusive when sitting on a desk. The capacitive buttons are responsive and because there are no moving parts, the unit feels quite solid.
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