As the debate around the productivity of open offices continues, Plantronics announced new headsets that reduce costly distractions and noise for employees to be more productive. The new Savi 8200 Series of wireless headsets allows professionals in an open office to clearly hear a call while at their desk or while walking into a nearby huddle room.
According to a recent Oxford Economics study, nearly two-thirds of employees say that a lack of quiet space for focused work has a negative effect on their productivity, satisfaction, and well-being. Plantronics’ new Savi and Voyager headsets reduce noise and distraction, letting people have the ability to be more mobile in open plan environments.
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The new Savi 8200 Series of wireless headsets features an unprecede`nted range of up to 590 feet, so professionals can roam or relocate away from their desk, like moving to a nearby huddle room for an important or private conversation without losing the clear audio connection. They also have Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and a new close conversation-limiting feature, meaning that the voices of co-workers in the office won’t be part of a conversation. The Savi 8200 Series headsets, which come in hi-fi stereo or mono options, are essential for simply better conversations in the open office environment or any busy workplace.
For “corridor warriors” who need to move throughout the office, Plantronics introduced the Voyager 4200 UC Series of headsets. This headset combines wireless freedom with premium grade audio and a full-length microphone boom for crystal clear conversations. The Voyager 4200 UC Series headsets are the first Voyager headsets to receive the Skype for Business Open Office certification. Employees get over-the-ear comfort with up to 12 hours of talk time and dynamic mute alerts, offering a great experience as they multitask around the office.
The Savi 8200 Series headsets are already available and the Voyager 4200 UC Series headsets are available for order now, and will be shipped at the end of October.