For the standard consumer, sound technology is limited to just one set of earphones for everyday use. Here’s a secret: the keen audiophile will have different sets of earphones and headphones for several occasions. The audiophile understands that a high-fidelity set of headphones won’t hold a candle to busy streets and noisy cafes. Of course, noisy environments are easy enough to counter with noise-cancelling technology. But how about open offices where you might need to go in and out of noise cancellation?

Jabra, one of the worldwide audio technology makers who create headsets for medical, business, and consumer customers, is unveiling the latest addition to its Evolve series—the Jabra Evolve 75.

Designed for modern office workers and ambitious millennials, the Jabra Evolve 75 boasts a unique combination of features including superior Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and an integrated “do not disturb” busylight. Improving upon the series’ previous iterations, the Evolve 75 optimizes distraction-free performance through three key points: wireless freedom, great sound quality, and flexibility.

The Jabra Evolve 75 comes equipped with world-class speakers for music and high-definition voice for crystal clear calls. It features dual Bluetooth connectivity that supports calls and music by allowing the user to simultaneously pair the headset with two connected devices, such as a PC and a smartphone. Its connectivity also extends to 100 feet for laptops and 33 feet for smartphones.

It is compatible with Open Office and Outdoor requirements for Skype for Business from Microsoft and is also certified for Skype for Business, Cisco, and other leading Unified Communications (UC) platforms.

It boasts a talk time of up to 15 hours. It may also come with an optional charging stand for easy charging and docking.

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