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New Headset for Unified Communication Strategies


April 23, 2014

Unified Communications (UC) brings together different communication devices such as mobile phones, landlines and conferencing into a single integrated application. To make the most of UC, it is important to have the right tools such as a high quality headset. This is why many manufacturers are creating high-end headsets that come with amplifiers and noise canceling technologies.

One such headset is the VXI CC Pro headset that comes with many convenient features. It has a one-ear headset with direct cords for ease of use. With corded solutions, users can answer, mute, end or even adjust the volume without disconnecting the call. Such headsets give users a higher freedom of movement at their desk or on the road increasing productivity.

Also, the design of this headset is ergonomic, thereby making it convenient and comfortable to use throughout the day. It has an over-the-head style with one or two ear-pieces, depending on users' preferences. The headset comes with an over-sized foam ear pad too, so that it is less strenuous on the ear.

Along with this comfortable design, the headset has superior features as well. It comes with one of the best noise-canceling technologies on the market to reduce unwanted background noise, thereby giving users a high quality audio experience and an increase in productivity.  Moreover, these headsets are compatible with VXI, Jabra and Plantronics amplifiers, and come with increased wideband frequencies to accommodate both Internet and PC application calls. The headset comes with a two-year warranty to fix any technical problems associated with its usage.

All these different features make the new VXI CC Pro headset an optimal option for those who use UC every day. 




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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