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Jabra, a Danish company that is one of the best known makers of handsfree/headset devices and other audio solutions, has now entered the enterprise speakerphone market by launching the Jabra SPEAK 40 in India, priced at Rs. 9,858 (MRP).
Jabra says it listened to what the enterprise wanted from a speakerphone, and using their inputs, they have designed a small, portable, and powerful speakerphone that has plug-and-play functionality – enabling use anytime and anywhere. The SPEAK 410 is one of the few speakerphones with a 360-degree omni-directional microphone – allowing for a large group of people sitting around it to be perfectly audible.
Jabra is also quoting independent research firm GfK for finding the Jabra SPEAK 410 as the best ranked speakerphone for sound quality and design. The Jabra SPEAK 410 measures in at just 13 centimeters in diameter, and comes with a travel case for enhanced portability. It also offers integrated cable management for immediate, easy set up.
[RELATED_ARTICLE]The Jabra SPEAK 410 is available in two variants – one compatible with Unified Communications solutions, like Cisco, Avaya, and Alcatel-Lucent, and the other compatible with Microsoft Lync 2010. Please refer to Jabra’s product page for more information.
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