Jabra has introduced a new easy-to-use Bluetooth headset, Jabra Talk 2. This marks the next generation of Jabra Talk – one of the leading and best-selling headsets from Jabra. With this, Jabra aims to meet the needs of those who make and take calls-on-the-go. For business workers, research* shows 65% require mobile connectivity to do their jobs.
The state-of-the-art mono headset, builds on the success of Jabra Talk and has been developed using Jabra’s unique heritage and unrivalled R&D expertise within optimal solutions for mobile calls. It ensures users never miss another conversation again and offers a solution for those who require clear and reliable hands-free calling, on-the-go.
HD voice for clearer conversation
Every call made or received via Jabra Talk 2, comes through in excellent HD quality. A crisp, clear sound, with no disruptions – which delivers a better call experience for users – anywhere, anytime.
The headset also benefits from a useful noise filtering mic, which cancels out annoying background sounds. This improves call clarity and ensures the other party hears only your voice, which makes it suited for conference calls and conversations. What’s more, it is compatible with any Bluetooth enabled device.
Flexible eargels for maximum comfort
No matter how often you make or receive calls, Jabra Talk 2 – because of its soft and flexible eargels – provides a secure, comfortable fit for everyday use. And with two differently sized eargels available, you can find a soft and flexible fit that is tailored to you. In addition to comfort, the secure wearing style allows for improved sound-quality and a greater call experience.
Up to 9 hours battery lets you talk all day
Helping to improve productivity and call efficiency – Jabra Talk 2 permits all day use when in the car or on-the-go. Its dependable battery capabilities allows up to 9 hours of talk/music time on a single charge and up to 9 days standby time. Plus, its intelligent voice guidance functionality, lets you know when it’s time to recharge.
Intuitive design for the Bluetooth user
The well-engineered headset has been designed with first time Bluetooth mono users in mind. It’s simple but effective functionalities present an on/off slide control – to conserve battery life and power down, a dedicated battery symbol to inform you when you need to recharge, and a Bluetooth icon to confirm your connection. In addition, the handset automatically adjusts the volume to adapt to your environment and allows you to wirelessly stream multimedia.
Its Multiuse feature can easily connect to more than one device at the same time. When one of them rings, the Jabra Talk 2 will automatically stream the right call when you answer. If a new call comes through on the other phone, you’ll get an alert and the option to pick it up.
Get more from your Jabra Talk 2 by using the smartphone app, Jabra Assist. Available to download on iOS and Android, it comes loaded with extra features and boasts setup guidance which offers step-by-step instructions on the pairing process. It helps you keep track of the remaining talk time left on your device too, by providing a useful, visual indicator.
Using the app also means you’ll never lose your headset again. With Find My Jabra, every time your headset is used, its position is geo tagged. So, if you misplace it, you can use the handy map on your smartphone to locate it more quickly. You could even activate your headset to make a sound, making it easier to find.
Features and Specifications
Pricing and availability:
Jabra Talk 2 will be available in all channels including Amazon beginning March 2017, at an MRP
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