In a study commissioned by Danish audio brand Jabra surveying 5,000 knowledge workers in five countries, 68 per cent saw their future ideal work environment to be a hybrid model of working from home and in office.
With video conferencing becoming the norm in this pandemic and probably in the future, 85 per cent of these knowledge workers said being confident in their audio, video and connectivity allows them to excel at work. As such, Jabra has launched its new Evolve2 75 enterprise Bluetooth headset to be the best friend for knowledge workers.
It is the first Evolve headset to feature Jabra’s fully-adjustable advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), so you can choose how much or how little of your surroundings you want to hear. Thus, regardless of whether you are at home or office, you can focus on your work instead of being distracted by your neighbour’s home improvement or your colleagues’ chatter.
Furthermore, the Evolve2 75’s design includes a short retractable microphone boom arm that you can hide to be more discreet during your commutes to office. When the need for an urgent call arises, simply flip down the boom arm and get straight into the action.
The headset’s eight-microphone technology works with Jabra’s triple chipset-powered algorithms to differentiate between your voice and the noise around you for sharp-sounding calls that your clients cannot miss.
In addition, the Evolve2 75 has been engineered for an ergonomic fit with dual-cushion design to improve ventilation and reduction of ear pressure. Thus, you can work in comfort and concentrate on your work.
Optimised for all leading Unified Communications (UC) platforms, the Evolve2 75 lets you connect to your colleagues and clients on whichever platform they prefer. It is available in two colours of beige and black. And the headset comes in either UC and Microsoft Team variants with option for either USB A-or USB-C Bluetooth adapter.