Jabra debuts ?ultimate headset? for Pinoy mobile workers

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[/caption] After introducing the Jabra Supreme last year, the first non-stereo headset to incorporate Active Noise Cancellation to block out noisy environments for the user wearing the headset, Jabra is introducing a variant that expands the capabilities of the original product to work with all leading Unified Communications (UC) applications (Microsoft, Cisco, Avaya, Skype, and several others), as well as mobile phones and tablets. ?As the workforce continues to move towards mobility, both inside and outside of the office, Jabra is focusing on making communicating on the go as productive and seamless as possible,? said Ralph Ede, Jabra managing director for South Asia. ?The mobile worker is a key customer of ours, and we want to be sure we are offering products that keep them connected wherever, and however, they please.? Larsen Sandoval, Jabra country manager for Philippines, added that the convergence of devices, networks, and applications further highlights how UC is expected to boom and its number of users to skyrocket in the next couple of years. ?The headset is the single most important factor for the successful deployment and adoption of UC, and choosing the right kind can make all the difference,? said Sandoval. The Jabra Supreme UC comes equipped with a nano Bluetooth USB adapter, which makes it possible to connect to PCs and use the headset for Internet calls/softphones, along with traditional mobile phone calls. Users can stay connected to both devices and switch seamlessly between the mobile phone and Internet/softphone calls with the simple push of a button. The headset is pre-paired with the USB adapter, making the Jabra Supreme UC a plug and play solution ? users can simply connect the adapter to a computer and immediately begin having wireless Internet calls. Active Noise Cancellation, traditionally only available in high-end noise cancellation stereo headphones, is included in the Jabra Supreme UC and uses one dedicated microphone and an electronic chipset to generate an “anti-noise” sound, removing ambient noise heard by the person wearing the headset. This technology ensures that whether the headset is being used on-the go on a mobile phone or with a UC platform in a noisy office setting. Jabra Supreme UC also features Noise Blackout 3.0, which dramatically reduces background noise that is transmitted to the person on the other end of the line. The headset?s flip-boom arm also enables users to power on and off by flipping the headset open and closed. The Jabra Supreme UC is available in the country for a suggested retail price of $149 or about P6,260. ]]>

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