Logitech's USB headset H570e to Enhance the UC Experience
With workplaces constantly changing, there has been an accelerated demand for software and headsets; while the transition to a softphone is almost automatic, the search for a good affordable headset that’s tuned to unified communications platforms isn’t easy. However, Logitech (News - Alert) has a new comfortable one lined up that might just suit their needs—the USB headset H570e.
Stated to be compatible with most unified communications (UC) platforms, the stylishly designed USB headset H 570e enables precise tuning for both the microphone and speaker, while its stereoscopic features filter out all unwanted sounds, making conversations more realistic and life-like. A dynamic equalizer helps deliver the best sound quality by automatically switching between voice and music modes.
Headsets like H570e are in great demand as they enhance the UC and collaboration experience in the workplace. With durable padded headbands and cushioned ear pads, H570e promises ease of use, reliability and best of all –comfort. An LED indicator alerts users when there are incoming calls, and with just a slight touch, the volume can be controlled and calls answered.
With over 15 years of experience in audio technology, we understand the quality requirements and know that IT decision makers need a comfortable, reliable and affordable headset to deploy in the workplace,” said Marcel Stolk, senior vice president, Logitech
Priced at $44.99 USD (mono) and $49.99 USD (stereo), the Logitech USB Headset H570e and all other headsets in the UC audio portfolio are designed to ensure an integrated UC experience. The mono version can be very useful in highly interactive / group-based work environments.
Unlike other headsets, H570e doesn’t use a normal type of connector and boasts of a universal serial bus controller.
Logitech believes that the H570e will outshine itself when used in Microsoft Lync, Cisco (News - Alert) Jabber, Skype, and other UC platforms. Companies of all sizes will benefit from the hands-free crystal-clear communication, and they will hopefully not have to worry anymore about changing workplace environments.
Edited by Maurice Nagle