Jabra (News - Alert) has unveiled the launch of PRO 930, an entry-level wireless headset designed for telephony services such as Skype.
Available at a price of $199, the PRO 930 by Jabra, a provider of high quality wireless and Bluetooth headsets for mobile and office, is offered with a that can be plugged by users into a computer for charging and syncing.
Jabra notes that its PRO 930 features an adjustable headband for a good fit, and it also includes an earpiece that can snap on to make it look like a usual Bluetooth headset.
This headset include a range of features such as a dedicated button to answer calls, as well as volume controls, and a noise canceling microphone designed to eliminate ambient background noise.
According to Jabra, it is easy for users to connect the Jabra PRO 930 to a computer softphone. Users can plug this entry-level wireless headset into the USB port of the computer and it is ready for use.
Specific drivers may be needed to enable full call control for some softphones but they are available free of charge at www.jabra.com/pcsuite.
Jabra claims its PRO 930 can work on PCs but Mac is not supported. Jabra PRO 930 gives users the option to choose between narrowband and wideband. While narrowband offers longer talk time and better density performance, wideband gives users a richer and fuller sound quality.
The new launch is equipped with Jabra Safetone technology which protects against sudden loud sound spikes. A unique noise cancelling microphone included in the PRO 930 successfully filters out unwanted background noise by distinguishing between sounds that come from nearby and far away sources.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny