Continuous productivity remains a big challenge for many organisations, especially in the new normal, where flexible work arrangements are essential. At an open office, more collaboration translates to more noise, which disrupts concentration at work. With more people working from home, there are more distractions than before as well. Having the right headset helps to keep users focused and productive for longer periods of time.
The Jabra Evolve2 30 is ergonomically designed to support prolonged wear to enhance the user’s productivity at work. Exceptionally lightweight at only 125g and built with leatherette covered memory foam ear-cushions that follows the user’s natural ear contours, the Evolve2 30 lets users listen to music or go through meetings comfortably for long periods.
Patrick Khor, Country Manager, Enterprise, Jabra Singapore, said, “Raising productivity levels is an ongoing uphill battle for many organisations. We are excited to be rolling out our latest headset to solve productivity distractions in the office or at home. The Jabra Evolve2 30 is a professional-grade headset that comes at an affordable price-point. It is ergonomically designed to support prolonged wear so that users can stay productive for long periods of time.”
At only 125g, the headset is built to be as durable as it is comfortable. Both the headband and slider of the Evolve2 30 are assembled with stainless steel, giving it enhanced durability and flexibility. Hundreds of drop tests and boom-arm strength tests have been conducted to ensure the headset can stand the test of time even when used for long periods.
The Jabra Evolve2 30 is built with premium soft memory foam ear cushions that mould to the user’s natural ear contours and ease the headset’s weight on the user’s head, offering ideal comfort all day long.
The Evolve2 30 has oval ear cushions, and an angled earcup design developed to block out any noise and disturbances in the surrounding to provide users with enhanced concentration. The single-sided busylight turns on automatically when users get on a call. The busylight can also be turned on manually to signal “do-not-disturb” to those around the user to stay focused and undisturbed in their concentration zones.
In terms of operating the headset, users can unmute and mute themselves instantly by putting down and raising the boom arm. The easy plug-and-play feature lets users seamlessly connect to all devices through USB A or C plug for maximum collaboration.
The Evolve2 30 is also available in the Microsoft Teams certified variant, which comes with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button so that users can jump in and out of virtual meetings with just one touch.
The Jabra Evolve2 30 also meets the Microsoft Open Office requirement, a strict test of how effective a headset microphone is at suppressing surrounding noise and office talk. The certification ensures that the headset is suited for any environment.
Priced at S$156 for the stereo and S$140 for the mono versions, the Jabra Evolve2 30 will be available in Black from all authorised Jabra distributors and resellers.