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Jabra Launch First Skype-Certified Earbuds In Oz

Catering to the travelling professional, Jabra has launched its new Evolve 65t (A$605) in Australia – claimed to be the first true wireless headphones to attain a Skype for Business certification.

Jabra asserts the 65t is among the market’s first professional-grade true wireless earbuds, suitable for use in and out of the workplace.

With UC-compatibility and dual connectivity for a smartphone and laptop, the Evolve 65t pledges to offer complete clarity during phone calls, courtesy of four-microphone technology.

The product seeks to cater to today’s increasingly mobile workforce, with research claiming a third of office workers spend less than 20% of their time at their desk.

The Evolve 65t pledges professional quality audio for calls, and music playback – complemented by the wireless flexibility of true wireless earbuds.

Skype for Business certified four-microphone technology delivers clear call quality, with Jabra devices continuing to support Microsoft Teams via call control (HID) enablement.

With the touch of a button, users can interact with the smart voice assistant of their choice, whilst connecting with two devices simultaneously (e.g. laptop and phone).

“With the Evolve range we have focused on empowering users to be productive at work. Whether your main place of work is a crowded, open office or a flexible environment, it is crucial that you have seamless connectivity and optimal concentration,” states David Piggott, Jabra ANZ Managing Director.

“With Evolve 65t, we now add a true wireless headset to the professional experience.”

Further information and specifications are available on Jabra’s website here.


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