Jabra reveals new portable headset

Jabra has launched the Engage 55, a portable headset comes with 256-bit encryption and noise cancelling technology. The device also has an extensive wireless range of up to 150 meters to give employees the freedom to move around their home or office work environments without compromising call quality.

Anders Hvelplund, SVP, Jabra, explained, “Research clearly shows that security is an increasing factor for businesses when deciding on new call technology. At the same time, safeguarding information exchange should not affect call quality, customer satisfaction, and staff productivity.

“With the Jabra Engage 55, anyone who engages in back-to-back calls are guaranteed a superior call experience, and those who work remotely will no longer have to be concerned about eavesdropping and therefore data breaches.”

The new Engage headset works with all leading Unified communications and contact centre platforms, including MS Teams, Zoom, Cisco, Unify, Amazon Chime, Google Meet, Avaya, Unify and Alcatel Lucent.  It also offers a personalised fit with adaptable ear cups, as well as giving users choice in wearing styles: with stereo, mono and convertible styles.

The Engage 55 will be available from June with a recommended retail price of £199.

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