The global producer of innovative headset and speakerphone solutions, Jabra has launched the SPEAK 510 Speakerphone with Bluetooth in the Indian market. With its Bluetooth technology, the Jabra SPEAK 510 becomes 100 percent wireless enabling the user to connect to any Bluetooth enabled device. The multi-utility speakerphone can be connected wirelessly to Bluetooth-enabled devices including computers, tablets and phones, and can be used for listening to music or attending conference calls, with a range of up to 100 meter for Class 1 supported devices. It can also be connected with devices and softphones via USB.
Jabra SPEAK 510 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. The 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. This speaker delivers Crystal clear sound without echoes or distorted sounds even at max volume level due to incorporation of Digital Signal Processing (DSP ) technology.
Jabra Speak 510 is priced at Rs. 11,000 and is fully compatible with UC systems & VoIP clients, and claims to offer integration and call control with Microsoft Lync, IBM Sametime, Cisco, Avaya and Skype. It also supports multimedia streaming via Bluetooth A2DP. The device also sports a 3.5 mm headset port, to allow private conversations in open environments.
Ralph Ede, Managing Director – South Asia, Jabra said, “Jabra SPEAK 510 speakerphone targets the mobile worker to a further extent than ever before. Featuring Bluetooth technology the Jabra SPEAK 510 enables even more user flexibility and meets increased demands for mobility, at home, in the workplace or on the go. It optimizes the productivity by intuitively enabling one-to-one and smaller group conference calls at any time and in any place.”
“Companies in emerging markets , notably India, are facing increasingly mobile workforces, with between 70 to 80 percent of workers spending at least some portion of their time working out of the office. These companies are also investing in mobile devices that will enable the growing numbers of mobile workers to interact with customers, employees, and other businesses in real time, anytime and from any location. India has vast numbers of SMBs willing to spend to better leverage the capabilities of new devices and solutions,” said Mr. Ede.