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The Jabra Speak 750 can deliver crystal clarity to your conference calls

By Ken Wong - on 9 Sep 2020, 10:42am

The Jabra Speak 750 can deliver crystal clarity to your conference calls

The new Speak 750 has an 11-hour battery life. Image courtesy of Jabra.

The Jabra Speak 750 is the latest in Jabra’s line of professional office speakerphones and is the spiritual replacement to the Speak 710.

According to a Frost and Sullivan report on audio conferencing, 10% of the time during an average 60-min meeting is wasted on technical difficulties.

The Speak 750 has plug-and-play capabilities to give instant connection to a laptop, smartphone, or tablet via USB and/or Bluetooth with a range of up to 10 metres once connected to a tablet or smartphone.

The full-duplex means clear voice communication. Image courtesy of Jabra.

The main improvement to the Speak 750 is the audio quality for calls, meetings, and conferences thanks to the full-duplex audio feature. A half-duplex device will be like a walkie-talkie or baby monitor where one device transmits, and the other can only listen. So, a full-duplex device allows both sides of the conversation to be transmitted at the same time. This gives the Speak 750 its clear voice clarity and it can pick up any sound anywhere around it with its omni-directional microphone.

The included connectivity options allow it to pair with up to eight other Speak 750 devices. It can also be always connected to two devices at the same time so users who regularly make and receive calls from their mobile phones and laptops can use the Speak 750 to seamlessly pick up the calls without any hassle. With 11-hours battery life, it should have more than enough juice to last through even more the most torturous and long-winded work conferences.

It can pick up audio from all around it. Image courtesy of Jabra.

There are two variants available. One variant has improved interaction with Microsoft Teams with a dedicated Microsoft Teams Button and a generic UC variant that can be connected to other UC solutions like Zoom.

The Jabra Speak 750 is now available at S$518 from Jabra’s online store.

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