Nimans is hailing the arrival of a unique and sustainable wireless DECT headset that boasts many impressive modular features as well as noise cancelling functionality.
The JPL Element-X500 is Bluetooth and USB compatible, can switch from single ear to dual ear and can even be charged while in use as part of a patented design that reduces cost of ownership.
With an attractive trade price from £117, the cost effective X500 represents lots of margin potential for resellers according to Jason Welsh, UC Devices Business Manager at Nimans.
“There’s nothing quite like this product on the market,” he explained. “This is a totally unique sustainable concept using a patented modular system with multiple combinations that future proof the headset for further developments in Bluetooth and USB technology.”
The headset also benefits from over six hours talk time, quick recharge, 100m coverage, easy set-up and included volume control. Up to five devices can operate from one base station.
Jason added: “If a speaker/microphone or headband breaks outside of warranty the owner only needs to replace that part of the device which means a longer life and cost saving because they don’t need to replace the complete unit. It offers resellers lots of compelling ways to clinch more sales.”
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