+ Tuesday October 22nd, 2019

Earlier this week, Jabra announced new business-focused smart earbuds for Australia in the form of the Evolve 65t. Importantly for business users, Jabra says these are the first true wireless earbuds to attain Skype for Business certification.

The style of earbuds is not new – true wireless earbuds are increasingly popular – but they’re typically consumer-focused devices. There hasn’t been a professional grade equivalent.

Until now, that is.

With research showing that office workers are spending less and less time sitting at their desks, mobility is more and more important, and workers are demanding high quality audio connectivity, UC integration and full flexibility.

The Jabra Evolve 65t delivers professional quality sound for calls and music in a true wireless earbud design for flexible use around the workplace or while travelling. These first professional true wireless earbuds enable business professionals to connect to customers or colleagues wherever they are.

The Evolve 65t has been specifically engineered to marry user needs with a high-quality audio experience. With the touch of a button, users can send voice commands to their digital assistants of choice, so they can be connected and stay connected – even as they shuttle between different locations throughout the day. They are also able to connect to two devices simultaneously, ensuring that users never have to compromise on their professional presence even when on-the-go.

The Skype for Business certified four-microphone technology enables optimal call quality for the true wireless form factor. And following the recent announcement that Microsoft Teams now supports call control (HID) enablement, Jabra devices will continue to be supported within Teams.

Jabra’s Evolve 65t is available now online, with a recommended retail price of $605.

Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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Harley McKenzie
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Harley McKenzie

How much?!

Graham Hardwick
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Graham Hardwick

Competitively priced at $605.
They’ll be flying out the door at that price.

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