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Jabra Speak 710 Speakerphone Proves That Business Talk Is Not Cheap


Hands-free calls on your everyday Bluetooth speakers are fine if you’re just five feet away. But these are not adequate if you’re roaming about the room, or having a conference call meeting. You wouldn’t want to start every meeting by exchanging ‘can you hear me’ greetings, right?

The Jabra Speak 710 is engineered for Business leaders and executives needing something lightweight and powerful for vital conference calls. Launched in Singapore at the Huone Events Hotel at Clarke Quay, Jabra guarantees that this is the best Enterprise-grade speakerphone for the money. It is also touted to be extremely fuss-free to operate.


As -if to drive home that point, all volume and pairing controls can be quickly accessed from a bright touch panel around the rim. A Smart button can also be programmed to access voice assistants like Siri, Cortana or Google Now. The 710 packs a 15-hour battery juiced up by USB for enhanced portability.


Jabra claims the maximum pairing distance to be 30m, way above the industry average of 10. And its not just Bluetooth that it’s savvy at. It seriously rocks at picking up voice too! If we go by what we’ve seen in the demo, you could be having a clear conversation while seated a cool 5 meters away. It’s also great for roundtable discussions involving up to six people.

You can pair them in stereo too!

Double it up with another 710 and you could be catering for up to 12 executives around the desk, or simply enjoying Stereo music playback to tide you through late nights.

The Jabra Speak 710 can be purchased now for S$525, at selected retailers.

Aaron. T.
Aaron's dream is to meet the celestial man in the sky who blessed him with huge ears, and shake his hand with a big smile. His typical day is split between getting Rekt on Battlefield 1 and making exciting YouTube reviews at www.youtube.com/loudwirelesssingapore

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