For those who depend on mobile communication for leisure, business or social, should be no stranger to the Jabra, a world leader and award winner in innovative audio products.
On 18 November 2014, a new product series, Jabra Evolve was launched in Singapore. These professional headsets are aim at the needs of knowledge workers where 69 percentage state that disturbances in the open office have a negative impact on their performance. With Jabra Evolve, it provides a personal “concentration zone” and thereby increases workplace productivity through personal device connectivity and a music-grade audio experience.
There are 5 models in the series namely, 20, 30, 40, 65 and 80 whereby model 80 is the flagship product of the Jabra Evolve series.
Key Benefits :
- · Made for voice and music
- · Passive noise cancellation ( Protect you from high frequency noise )
- · Easy call management
- · Busy light ( In an open office environment, the red light on the headset let
- people know that you are busy on the phone )
- · Discrete boom arm
- · Works with all mobile devices
- · Active noise cancellation ( Protect you against low frequency noise )
- · Listen-in ( Allow you to clearly hear your surroundings while wearing the headset )
- · 30 metre / 100 feet wireless freedom
- · Tap-to-connect (NFC)
The Speakers at the Launch
Mark R Leigh, President, Jabra Asia Pacific
Mark Leigh joined GN Netcom in August 2010 as President of Asia Pacific (APAC). Based in Singapore, his key responsibilities include strategizing and driving the expansion and growth of Jabra, GN Netcom’s flagship brand, in the APAC region.
Saurabh Singhal, Head of Marketing & Alliances, Jabra APAC
Saurabh joined Jabra in June 2014 as the Regional Marketing Director for Asia Pacific. He has over 14 years of experience spanning across various functions, sales, business development, product management and field marketing leadship positions.
Wayne Lee, Head of Product Management, Jabra APAC
Wayne joined Jabra in Oct 2007 based in Melbourne, Australia. He has held various positions within the company and now resides in Singapore as the Head of Product Management – APAC.
Jabra is the brand of GN Netcom, a subsidiary of GN Store Nord A/S (GN) – listed on NASDAQ OMX. Jabra employs approximately 850 people worldwide and in 2011 produced an annual revenue which amounted to DKK 2,106 million. She is a world leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of a broad range of hands-free communication solutions.
More information on Jabra Evolve can be found at this link : www.jabraevolve.com
I have personally tested model 80 and with a press of a button for each feature, the listen-in, noise cancellation works well according to the intended function. I find Model 80 comfortable as it has bigger headset cups which envelope my ear fully.