My engineering firm is working remotely and most of our collaboration is powered by Microsoft Teams. Jabra just announced new Evolve2 headsets that look to be perfect for my needs with Microsoft Teams certification and numerous microphones to help maintain clear, focused communications.
As the world moves to working from home, people are being challenged with staying focused on work while many distractions present themselves in environments not necessarily optimized for work. The new Evolve2 85, Evolve2 65, and Evolve2 40 UC headsets are designed to help you block out noise and provide clear voice communications.
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Features of the three new headset models include:
The wireless Evolve2 models include the Jabra Link 380, a new Bluetooth adapter available in either USB-C or USB-A since so many new computers today are incorporating USB-C as the new standard for peripherals.
Models with Microsoft Teams have a dedicated Teams button that allows instant connections to your various teams and channels.
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These new Jabra Evolve2 headset will be available starting in April with the two wireless models, 85 and 65, in black and beige. The Evolve2 40 will be available in black. The Evolve2 starts at $129, the Evolve2 65 at $239, and the Evolve2 85 at $449. There is a $10 premium for the 40 and 65 with a $50 charge for desk stands for the 65 and 85 models.