Plantronics has launched the new Voyager 3200 Series Bluetooth headsets. The Voyager 3200 Series features an ergonomic, sleek in-ear design and 3-mic noise-cancelling technology, providing clear audio and comfort no matter where you are. They are now available in the U.S. and Europe and will be available worldwide by the end of July.
“Today, the world is your office, but you don’t want it to look or sound that way,” said Greg Miller, Director, Portfolio Business Management at Plantronics. “The Voyager 3200 Series brings advanced audio management to a sophisticated form factor, allowing you to stay in control of the conversation so you can confidently take calls anytime, anywhere.”
The Voyager 3200 Series includes different bundle options and a UC variant. Voyager 3200 UC comes standard with a portable charging case and includes a high-fidelity Bluetooth USB audio processor to connect seamlessly to a Mac, PC, tablet or smartphone for unified communications applications. It also works with Plantronics Manager Pro, an additional service that gives IT managers greater insights into device deployment and usage.
The Voyager 3200 Series is designed to meet the needs of today’s mobile worker, with numerous features and benefits, including:
•Dynamic mute alert senses and immediately alerts you when you begin to speak while muted.
•Smart sensors answer or transfer calls by putting on the headset. When wearing the headset, simply say “answer” or “ignore” to manage incoming calls (full smart sensor capabilities can be enabled via the Plantronics Hub for mobile or desktop use).
•Voice alerts announce caller names, connection status and talk time level.
•Up to 98 feet/30 meters of wireless range from supported Class 1 Bluetooth devices.
•Easy NFC pairing with NFC‐enabled devices.
•Activate Siri, Google Now or Cortana with the simple touch of a button.
•Wideband‐ready for high-quality PC telephony and HD Voice with compatible devices.
•Plantronics SoundGuard technology provides protection against unexpected loud sounds to prevent hearing damage.
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