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This product will be in stock on Monday 15 June, 2020.

Jabra Evolve2 40 UC Stereo USB-A Corded Headset

Jabra Evolve2 40 UC Stereo USB-A Corded Headset

$139.95 

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Jabra Evolve2 40 UC Stereo USB headset with new noise isolating foam oval ear cushions.  The large soft ear cushions provides incredible pasive noise blocking so you can focus on your work.  Jabra Evolve2 40 has a built-in busy light, visible from any direction, automatically turns on when the headset is active.  The microphone has is built with advance digital chipset and digital signal processing, making your voice as clear as possible for the listerner on the other side.  Jabra Evolve2 40 is UC certified, compatible with all leading UC platforms and softphones.  In additon, with the larger 40mm speakers, it's also a great headphone for music listening.

Key Features:

  • Dual stereo speakers
  • USB-A wired connection
  • 3-microphone technolgoy with noise canceling.
  • Large speakers with noise isolation design for noisy rooms
  • Optimized for Unified Communication
  • Microphone boom arm can be integrated into the headband when not on a call or simply listening to music as a headphone.
  • Motion sensors detect when headset is worn
  • Automatic busy-light
  • Two year warranty

For more information, see Jabra Evolve2 40 Stereo datasheet or the Jabra Evolve2 Tech Spec Sheet

This product will be in stock on Monday 15 June, 2020.
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