|Compatible Devices||Full compatibility with UC systems & VoIP clients :Seamless integration and call control with leading UC systems/PC softphones, such as Microsoft Lync, IBM Sametime, Cisco, Avaya and Skype|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Web Browser Included||No|
|Speaker Amplification Type||Active|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, USB|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Department||Cell Phones & Accessories|
|Item model number||100-43000000-02|
|Product Dimensions||13.39 x 18.39 x 5.69 cm; 172.37 Grams|
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Jabra Speak PHS001U 410 USB Speakerphone for Skype and other VoIP calls, Black, (U.S. Retail Packaging)
|Deal Price:||S$104.16 + S$9.93 Delivery|
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- Speakerphone ideal for one-to-one and small-group conference calls
- Crystal-clear conversations during Skype of Microsoft Lync internet calls
- Easy to transport, Compact design, integrated cable management and travel case
- Easy to use with intuitive on-device call controls and external ringer. Bluetooth A2DP- no, full compatibility with UC systems & VoIP clients- seamless integration and call control with leading UC systems/PC softphones, such as Microsoft Lync, IBM Sametime, Cisco, Avaya and Skype
- Intuitive LED indicators give you visual guidance
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Jabra SPEAK 410 is a speakerphone designed for office professionals with everyday need for audio conferencing. Its compact design and travel case make it easy to carry around, and the integrated cable management ensures quick set-up. It's the perfect solution for spontaneous conferencing and collaboration. Jabra SPEAK 410 MS is optimized for seamless integration with Microsoft Lync. Simply connect Jabra SPEAK 410 MS to your computer and you are ready to make your first call. The unique and intuitive on-device call controls allow you to adjust the volume, mute and even answer or end a call. The external ringer ensures that you never miss a call.
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By Jovi Ong on 7 March 2020
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Update: July 2018
Nearly a year after this was purchased and initially reviewed, it is still performing at the same excellent level as when I bought it. Since the original review last summer, I've probably made 100+ hours of conference calls on it via USB cable and it is also my go-to speaker in my home office when I'm having issues with call quality on a desk phone, or when my headset battery dies. I've successfully used this speaker on a recent model IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad, HP Elitebook, and a Dell Latitude business-grade laptop model. The speaker has performed flawlessly on all of them. Last month I had to take a call in a network room where the speaker was literally placed 12" away from a Cisco 3750 switch, and the conference participants couldn't hear the background fan noise from the switch. I'd say the background noise cancellation is probably the best I've ever experienced from any Speakerphone model.If I could rate this item 6/5 stars, I would.
The way you'll actually sound is nothing like the "HD Voice" demo Jabra has on their website for this product. That's what pushed me to upgrade and it's completely false advertising.
**if you found this review helpful please mark the review appropriately:) thank you!
For any visually impaired user in the office there are several problems that would have been easy for Jabra to get right in initial design.
1. No tactile sense on the buttons. This would be welcome to all users.
2. The Mute/Unmute "tick" sound is the same for on/off mute.
3. The Mute On light is so incredibly dim that in bright light even someone with good sight can't see it.
4. Since it is perfectly round there is no sense of orientation so if quickly trying to press a button while presenting users really need to pay attention.
The device is otherwise reasonably OK for the price. It does a great job canceling out computer sounds from passing back through the mic, but if a person is talking at the same time their voice is severely broken up to other listeners on the meeting.
The USB cable is short and not of great quality but does wrap up nicely and the USB plug clicks into place nicely. If only there were as much thought put into the buttons, lights and sounds during actual usage as there was for storing it I'd give it 5 stars.
So if you're a buyer who cares about a diverse and inclusive workforce in your small office you'll want to go with a different vendor.
Enter the Jabra Speak 510.
This puppy is not only sized small enough to easily toss into your computer bag but it even comes with it's own custom padded neoprene case. The cable for charging neatly tucks away underneath the unit with even enough forethought by the designers to ensure that the USB connector can "click" into place without awkward tabs, etc. This means you don't have to worry if you forgot your micro/mini/A/B/C USB or proprietary power cable. But even if you did, I've gotten several hours of conference calls with this workhorse. I've used it at least 6-7 hours per week without a recharge.
The controls are capacitive touch and the LEDs are multicolored and easy to understand without any instructions. Hit the battery button and you'll get a red (or all greens when fully charged) fuel gauge style meter. The LEDs show a white meter for Volume level. A Blue LED for... you guessed it, Bluetooth connectivity.
And of course it allows for direct connectivity via 3.5mm phone jack if Bluetooth is unavailable.
If I could only gripe about one thing? it's that the mic is located on a single position along the rim so for those sitting on the opposite side of a table their voice may not be picked up so well. But at the price point Jabra sells this at it's most certainly not a show stopper especially since the only other way to solve that is to turn it into a spider phone at which the cost is no longer within reach of your average consumer.
Now, if I can only find a bluetooth headset which ranks just as highly as this speakerphone. :)