The audio equipment wizards at Jabra have conjured up some nifty new gadgets for their headset and speakerphone line-up, basically to make hybrid working more comfortable and easy. The new products include the headset: Jabra Evolve2 65 Flex and the new Speak2 range speakerphone: the Jabra Speak2 75.
Let's look at the Evolve2 65 Flex. The headset features a fold-and-go design with a collapsible hinged headband, slimmed-down ear cups and a shorter hide-away boom arm. As per Jabra, the headset has a powerful chipset, advanced digital algorithm, and beamforming Jabra ClearVoice microphones so the next time you are taking a call with a client you better refrain from cursing.
The brand also claims that the Evolve2 65 Flex have best-in-class Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and close-fitting memory foam ear cups that further seal out the surroundings noise. Plus, they have Jabra Air Comfort technology which means you’ll get redesigned ear cup cushions with a better pattern and material that distributes pressure on the ear more evenly.
The Jabra Speak2 75 now. So this speakerphone, as per Jabra, is the only device in the range to feature a custom-designed Microphone Quality Indicator. There is a 360-degree light ring that shows you how well your voice is being picked up by the microphones, so you don’t have to wait for people to beg your pardon.
Plus, it has an advanced full range 65mm speaker, option for easy connection with Microsoft Swift Pair and up to 32 hours of wireless battery life. As for cost, the Jabra Evolve2 65 Flex comes for ₹46,819 and the Jabra Speak2 75 comes for ₹52,511.