Headset maker Jabra recently introduced two new products in the country ? the Jabra Motion and the Speak 510 ? which are both touted for their innovative designs.
With a combination of motion sensors and intelligent microphones, the Jabra Motion automatically adapts to the sound environment and adjusts to ensure the optimal and clear sound throughout a conversation, whether in a noisy office or on the road.
The headset registers any movement instantly; when a user picks up the headset — the call is answered simultaneously; when one starts walking, the speaker volume is automatically adjusted. It will also turn off and takes a power nap when laid down.
?The Jabra Motion UC is one of the first headsets with Near Field Communiction (NFC) technology ? just tap them together and the headset connects with your smartphone. You can also enjoy best-in-class wireless freedom as it features at least 10 times the range of similar headsets in the market today,? said Ralph Ede, managing director for South Asia at GN Netcom Singapore.
Ede added that when used with an UC client, the Jabra Motion is capable of full integration, including automatic updating of UC presence status when on a smartphone call.
The Jabra design team opted for the ?behind-the-ear? circular shape, mimicking the back of the ears? semi-circle shape.
The folding boom adds ?pocketability? — the ability to carry it in a pocket without breaking the boom arm ? a key feature in the new design.
The folding boom is at the same time used to take and end calls with a flip of the boom arm.
The Jabra Motion ?behind the ear? Jabra design is the 8th generation of a headset wearing style that has become a Jabra trademark.
Since 2000, when Jabra launched the world?s first Bluetooth headset, the ?behind-the-ear? design has sold more than four million devices.
The launch of Jabra Motion follows the recent announcement of another new Jabra product — the Bluetooth-enabled speakerphone Jabra Speak 510.
The Jabra Speak 510 features plug-and-play connectivity to PCs and any Bluetooth-enabled device and compatible with leading UC systems and VoIP clients.