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Jabra Evolve2 65 MS Stereo Bluetooth Wireless USB-C Headset

Jabra Evolve2 65 MS Stereo Bluetooth Wireless USB-C Headset

$249.95 

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Jabra Evolve2 65 MS Stereo USB-C Bluetooth headset with extra large size 40mm noise isolating speakers.  The headset has 3 digital MEMS microphone array that filters out unwanted background noise for your customer.  The Evovle2 65 comes with a Jabra Link 380c USB-C adatper. you can pair with 8 devices. Equiped with large soft ear cushions provides incredible noise blocking capabilities so you can focus on your work.  Jabra Evolve2 65 has a built-in busy light, can be seen from all direction, turns on when in use.  Jabra Evolve2 65 Stereo is UC certified, compatible with all lmajor UC computer softphones.   Super light.

Key Features:

  • Microsoft Teams Certified
  • Dual binaural stereo speakers
  • 100ft Bluetooth Range (line of sight)
  • USB-C Jabra Link 380C dongle included
  • Three digital MEMS microphone technolgoy with noise blocking
  • 37 hours of talk time
  • Large 40mm speakers with leather foam
  • Busy LED light to alert others around you
  • Microphone boom arm can be integrated into the headband
  • Compatible with Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS
  • 2 year warranty
  • part# 26599-999-899

For more information, see Jabra Evolve2 65 MS USB-C Stereo datasheet or the Jabra Evolve2 Tech Spec Sheet

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 09 June, 2020.
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