Nashua, N.H. — Jabra announced today the availability of its newest family of wireless office headsets, the Jabra T5300 series. The two-model series consists of the Jabra T5330 for traditional landline phones and the Jabra T5320 for IP telephony.
The Jabra T5330 is designed for use with traditional landline telephony, providing a range of 33 feet from the base station. The headset features digital signal processing (DSP) technology that enhances the incoming voice/audio signal and removes sound impurities from noisy environments for optimal audio quality, Jabra said. It offers operation controls directly from the headset including call answer/end, volume up/ down, charge status via green/red LED lights and mute functionality. The Jabra T5330 cradle incorporates an automatic headset/ handset switch for added ease of use and convenience.
Sold separately as an accessory, the headset features interchangeable colored covers for users to personalize the headset.
The Jabra T5320, the IP telephony counterpart, is for use with PC-based solutions such as IP soft phones. Like the Jabra T5330, the Jabra T5320 operates on a Wi-Fi-friendly frequency of 2.4GHz and supports Bluetooth version 1.2 and hands-free profile. Both headsets offer three different interchangeable wearing styles — ear hook, headband and neckband.
“Jabra is committed to providing a high-quality, modestly-priced wireless office headset for all office settings,” said David Wood, senior VP and GM for Jabra's North American operations. The Jabra T5300 series offers the ability to move around freely in a working space and increase productivity with hands-free communication,”
The Jabra T5330 is now available through distribution channels and authorized resellers in North America. The Jabra T5320 will be available in the second quarter. Both models have a suggested retail of $149.