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November 24, 2010

Jabra launches new speakerphone for virtual offices

360 degree noise-cancelling microphone enables hearing from all sides

By CBR Staff Writer

Jabra, a provider of high-quality hands-free audio offerings, has launched a new speakerphone that is small and designed for portability at a time when virtual offices are becoming increasingly popular.

Featuring an innovative 360 degree noise-cancelling microphone, the Jabra SPEAK 410 enables a group of people to be heard from all sides of the device.

The portability helps reduce unwanted travel expenses, enabling any location to become a meeting room – from home offices to companies without permanent conference call installations, the company claims.

The unit’s integrated cable management enables immediate, easy set up and comes with a travel case.

The Jabra SPEAK 410 features built-in echo cancelation, built-in ringer, full duplex and wideband sound, and headset port (3.5mm).

The new speaker phone is designed for unified communications and available in two variants – Jabra SPEAK 410 MS and Jabra SPEAK 410 UC.

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The company said the new phone can be used for conferencing on the go, and is compatible and easy-to-use with all UC offerings.

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