Introducing - The New Jabra GO™ 660!
NASHUA, N.H., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Jabra GO 660 is the first Bluetooth® headset with Noise Blackout™ Extreme, which eliminates background noise without compromising voice quality. And with the Jabra LINK™ 320 USB Bluetooth® adapter, it simultaneously connects to a personal computer and mobile phone, so your customers need just one headset. Jabra GO 660 is NOW AVAILABLE.
Noise-canceling for natural conversations
Using Noise Blackout™, a state-of-the-art dual microphone technology that eliminates background noise, business becomes a whole lot easier. People enjoy natural sounding voice quality, making calls more productive.
Best in class audio
Thanks to advanced Digital Signal Processing and intelligent volume control for consistent sound level, users hear every word in perfect sound clarity, cutting down on the possibility of misunderstandings.
Superb value headset
The Jabra GO 660 is an excellent value headset solution with a price that makes the transition to multiuse Bluetooth headsets a simple choice for your customers and an easy sell for you.
Part #: 5078-228-209
Jabra Extreme Bluetooth headset
Jabra LINK 320 USB adapter
Three (3) Ultimate-fit Eargels
Two (2) Ear Hooks (S & L)
Quick Start Manual & Warranty Leaflet
For more information: http://www.jabra.com/na-us/headsetsolutions/pages/jabrago660.aspx .
Jabra Go 660 Bluetooth headset 'solution' pairs an Extreme with a USB adapter
Jabra certainly loves to trumpet the noise cancellation abilities of its Bluetooth headsets, and while our own experiences haven't quite lived up to the hype, we always look forward to the company's latest name for its noise cancellation tech. Disappointing, then, that the new Jabra Go 660 "headset solution" (with its Extreme ear jewelry) is said to be the company's "first Bluetooth headset with Noise Blackout Extreme." That's despite the Stone shipping with tech that went by the same name this time last year. Hopefully that system has been improved since then and will now actually live up to its name, putting background noise in a headlock and rendering it completely unconscious. In addition to the headset you get a USB Bluetooth adapter for a computer so that you can quickly go from VOIP to voicemail. The Go 660 is available now for $110, including the adapter -- which of course you won't need if your system is already down with the Bluetooth.
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