GN Netcom Expands Wireless Solutions for the Office With New Jabra Wireless and Multiuse Headset Portfolio

23 Jul

Jabra rolled out its M5390 Multiuse Bluetooth headset in the Philippine market alongside three other headsets namely: the GN9120, BT8040 and T5330. All working by Bluetooth technology, the headsets promise freedom to Filipino executives performing multiple tasks.

The Jabra M5390 multiuse headset can seamlessly connect two communications devices such as a desk phone, a PC softphone or a cell phone and gives users the flexibility and freedom to use one simple headset.
With a range of 70 meters and enhanced audio quality, the M5390 is ideal for busy office-based professionals who use several forms of communications but want to avoid the hassle of using multiple devices. When paired with a Jabra A335w Bluetooth Adapter, the M5390 works plug-and-play with a wide range of PC-based softphones such as Microsoft Communicator 2007, Cisco or Skype. The M5390 is also compatible with most desk phone systems and can instantly connect to any Bluetooth-enabled cell phone.

All call handling is controlled via the headset, enabling the user to answer, end or put on hold any call and the new and improved earhook was designed to increase user comfort. Integrated DSP technology and eSCO Bluetooth audio link provide an enhanced digital sound performance. The M5390 has a talk time of up to six hours, a standby time of up to 60 hours and weighs just 0.6 ounces making it ideal for use throughout the day.

The Jabra GN9120 will give complete wireless freedom in the office. The unique conference call feature lets you hold fully mobile, secure conference calls not restricted to meeting rooms or ruined by crackling speakerphones. And, the GN 9120 comes with a choice of three different boom arms equipped with different microphones to suit quieter or louder office environments.

The Jabra BT8040 is a feature-packed wireless headset, offering excellent Bluetooth 2.0 audio performance within a head-turning design. It is also A2DP enabled, meaning it can stream music wirelessly from media MP3 players, the internet, a mobile phone or PC and any audio being played (such as music) will automatically be paused when a call comes in. The Jabra BT8040 has no ear-hook. Instead it features “Generation III” ear gel, available in a choice of three sizes.

The Jabra T5330 is designed for use with traditional landline telephony, providing a range of 33 feet from the base station. The headset features Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology that enhances the incoming voice/ audio signal and removes sound impurities from noisy environments for optimal audio quality. The Jabra T5330 offers operation controls directly from the headset including call answer/ end, volume up/ down, charge statues via green/red LED lights and mute functionality.

Jabra is committed to providing high quality, modestly priced wireless headset in the Philippines. Our four new headsets will give Filipino business executives, office personnel and mobile workers the freedom they crave for,” said Mr. Shaz Khan, GN Netcom President and Managing Director for Asia Pacific.

Jabra products are distributed locally by Comland Incorporated.

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Posted by on July 23, 2008 in Technology


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