Jabra, a leader in professional communications and sound solutions, is extending its market-leading Evolve range of headsets for professional use with the Jabra Evolve 75e – for the first time adding an earbud design to the range which has sold over 2.5 million units worldwide.
Since the launch in 2014, the Evolve product range has been engineered to enable focus and distraction free working. Jabra established that the biggest inhibitors to the productivity of office workers are noise and interruptions. Research unveiled that the majority of today’s flexible workers (78%)1 say their personal productivity at the office is impacted by noise.
Therefore, the Danish sound experts were the first to introduce Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and busylight into the office. The Evolve 75e’s design brings a familiar consumer design into a professional environment and still includes all the winning signatures of the Evolve range: wireless freedom, great sound, UC-compatibility, ANC and busylight.
The earbud form factor power bundle is the ultimate business tool for sound and freedom helping to maintain collaboration, concentration and productivity in busy, open place offices without the need for designated quiet rooms.
Enabling focus and distraction free working
Bluetooth stereo earbuds are amongst the fastest growing consumer electronics category2. Employees looking for solutions that enable focus and distraction free working, are increasingly seeking this wearing style for both their professional and personal use. As it stands, every three in ten (31%) business professionals wear earbuds in the workplace3.
The Evolve 75e have been designed to meet this development by leveraging Jabra’s unique microphone expertise, dispensing with the boom arm for the microphone but retaining professional grade call quality. The around the neck wearing style offers flexibility and mobility – improving collaboration in the office and giving flexibility to those who make work calls both inside and outside the office.
With the standard Jabra Evolve UC-certifications to be ready at launch, the earbuds will ensure conference calls are of high quality and drive UC-adoption by seamlessly and intuitively bridging the gap between mobile phone and computer.
This announcement follows the successful launch of the Evolve 75 headphones earlier this year. Now Jabra ensures a real choice for those looking for the same features and quality, but in earbud form, which is why this product is called Evolve 75e.
“The Jabra Evolve 75e offers a first glimpse into the future of workplace sound solutions. The headset has been designed to meet the needs of today’s mobile and increasingly connected worker who demands the same user experience from both consumer and professional solutions,” said Holger Reisinger, SVP at Jabra. “Jabra’s innovative microphone technology, in combination with Active Noise Cancellation, allow for full concentration whilst delivering exceptional sound quality and enabling true mobile productivity. Probably the first product of its kind, the wireless UC-enabled office earbuds are sure to drive the adoption of unified communications.”
Jabra Evolve 75e Wireless earbuds at a glance:
- Design – Earbud form factor
- Amazing sound – UC enabled sound quality, engineered to drive professional UC
- Endurance – All day power
- Enhanced productivity – Integrated busylight and Active Noise Cancellation
Find out more about the Jabra Evolve 75e at: www.jabra.com/evolve75e
1 Jabra Knowledge Workers Survey, Lindberg 2015
3 Jabra Knowledge Workers Survey, Lindberg 2015
Jabra 75e Wireless earbuds – Pricing and availability
The Jabra Evolve 75e will be available from end Q4 2017 with an MSRP of $259.00
Jabra, part of the GN Group, is a leading developer and manufacturer of communications and sound solutions. We are committed to letting people hear more, do more and be more than they ever thought possible. We believe that through sound, we can transform lives. Jabra innovates and empowers with sound solutions for businesses and consumers, producing corded and wireless headsets, portable and in-office speakerphones, and sports earbuds. Jabra employs 1,000 people worldwide, and produced an annual revenue of DKK3.5 bn in 2016. The GN Group operates in more than 90 countries, and has almost 150 years’ experience in innovation and delivering reliability and ease of use. Founded in 1869, employing over 5,000 people, and listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen, GN makes life sound better. www.jabra.com.
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