GN 2000 USB OC Optimized Computer headset *Discontinued*

GN 2000 USB OC Optimized Computer headset *Discontinued*

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DISCONTINUED.  Replaced by Jabra GN2000 USB Duo Noise Canceling OC Headset

The cost-effective Jabra GN2000 OC has proven its worth in offices and contact centers around the world. Now it is available in a true plug-and-play version for Microsoft’s new VoIP solution Office Communicator 2007. Plug-and-play with Office Communicator 2007. No drivers needed! Just plug the headset into the USB port and you’re ready to go. Integrated controls for answering and hanging up a call and adjusting the volume. Superior sound. Experience VoIP with superb call clarity in full wideband quality. Just like being there. Hands-free productivity and enhanced ergonomics. say gooodbye to the handset and enjoy all the great VoIP features of Office Communicator 2007. No VoIP solution is complete without a plug-and-play wideband headset! Take advantage of our campaign offer to complete the experience!

Key Features:

  • Plug-and-play with Microsoft Office Communicator 2007
  • Answer/end calls directly   from the headset
  • Easy installation - no drivers needed!
  • Robust design for day-after-day durability
  • Noice-canceling microphone
  • Duo speakers for enhanced call clarity and reduced background noice

For more details, see Jabra GN 2000 USB OC datasheet

Note: If you need a wireless version, see GN 9330 USB-OC or GN 9350-OC

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 14 November, 2007.
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