Jabra launches new lineup of wireless headsets

Dubbed Jabra Engage, the new wireless headsets focus on solving pain points that call-centric businesses may face.

The four wireless headsets that make up the Engage series feature noise cancelling microphones, three times the user density, new security features, and long-range mobility. This means that users equipped with the Engage series now have a wireless range of up to 490 feet or 150 meters. Security features include authentication and encryption functions as well as what Jabra calls ‘physical assisted pairing’ that creates a secure link-key between the headset and the docking base.

Other features include up to 13 hours of talk time and a light that acts as a do-not-disturb signal, and the ability to connect up to five devices simultaneously. This means the Engage series can connect to a desk phone, softphone, analog phone, and two Bluetooth devices. Stereo, mono, and lightest-in-category convertible models are available.

Here are the four models of the Engage lineup. They are available in Canada now ranging from $435 to $555.

  • Engage 65 Stereo & Mono: Features up to 13 hours of battery, up to 150m/490ft of wireless range, connection to up to two devices, and base with one-touch buttons. Priced at $435.
  • Engage 65 Convertible: Features up to 9 hours of battery, up to 100m/330ft of wireless range, connection to up to two devices, and base with one-touch buttons. Priced at $460.
  • Engage 75 Stereo & Mono: Features up to 13 hours battery, up to 150m/490ft of wireless range, connection to up to five devices, and a base with touchscreen. Priced at $525.
  • Engage 75 Convertible: Features up to 9 hours battery, up to 100m/330ft of wireless range, connection to up to five devices, and a base with touchscreen. Priced at $555.

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