Jabra launches Evolve2 30 to maintain productivity

Jabra has launched the Jabra Evolve2 30, the latest product to join the Evolve2 range, the next generation of the Evolve range. The headset is built with the modern-day desk worker in mind, engineered for collaboration, concentration and comfortable productivity all day long. 

The new normal has created the need for a hybrid approach to work, where flexibility between remote working and being office-based is a key priority. Virtual collaboration has grown from 14 per cent in 2019 to 77 per cent in 2020. Meanwhile, productivity is still a big challenge for businesses, as the complexity of work increases exponentially, but average productivity rates diminish by the day. Headsets are playing a crucial role in the flexible revolution of the workplace and Jabra's Evolve2 30 fulfils this with an affordable yet premium quality headset.

The Jabra Evolve2 30 is suited for the modern flexible worker – users who spend the majority of their day at their desk, in a noisy office setting or at home. Collaboration and concentration continue to be the two key pillars of effective office work – no matter where that may be.

Holger Reisinger, SVP for Business Solutions at Jabra said, "raising productivity levels is an ongoing uphill battle for every organisation. We are excited to be rolling out our latest product aimed at battling productivity distractions for those in the office, but also for the flexible workers. We've designed the Jabra Evolve2 30 to be at an affordable price-point so every user can enjoy the benefits of experiencing premium collaboration, concentration and comfort while working. The Jabra Evolve2 30 truly embodies the motto that work is no longer somewhere you go, but something you do."

The 2-microphone call technology can capture your voice so you can participate in calls and online meetings from anywhere while also meeting Open Office requirements. And with 28mm speakers and an advanced digital chipset, you can enjoy great audio quality too, for both calls and media playback. The Evolve2 30 is also available in a Microsoft Teams certified variant, which comes with a dedicated Microsoft Teams button so you can jump in and out of virtual meetings with just one touch, while the boom-arm allows you to mute and unmute yourself. 

Taking collaboration one step further, the Jabra Evolve2 30 meets the Microsoft Open Office requirements – which is a strict test of how effective a headset microphone is at suppressing surrounding noise and office talk – making sure that the device is suited for any environment. The plug-and-play feature means users are able to seamlessly connect to all devices through the USB A or C plug, for maximum collaboration. 

When it comes to concentration, the Evolve2 is engineered to deliver portable concentration anywhere. The oval ear cushions of the headset and the angled earcup design are developed to block out any noise and disturbances in the surrounding. The single-sided busylight within turns on automatically when you're on a call and can also be turned on manually to signal 'do-not-disturb' to those around you, so you can stay undisturbed in your concentration zone. 

The discomfort from prolonged headset wearing can be a huge hindrance to productivity. The Jabra Evolve2 30 is ergonomically designed to support prolonged wear and to exert evenly distributed pressure. It's built with soft memory foam ear cushions that mould to your ear's natural contours and ease the weight of the headset on users' heads, offering ideal comfort all day long.  

The lightweight Evolve2 30 is also built to be as durable as it is comfortable. Both the headband and slider of the Evolve2 30 are assembled with stainless steel, with a much higher degree of durability and flexibility compared to its predecessor, the Evolve 30. Hundreds of drop tests and boom-arm strength tests have been conducted to ensure the headset is able to stand the test of time even when used for long periods.  

The Jabra Evolve2 30 will be available from March 2021 via authorised Jabra reseller partners. The Evolve2 30 will be available in Black.

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