Jabra Evolve 65 UC Stereo Wireless Office Headset Product Description
Long wireless range for up to 14 hours
30-metre (100 feet) wireless range
Have the freedom to leave your desk while on a call. Wireless Bluetooth technology 1.5 gives you up to 30 metres/100 feet of hands-free connectivity to PC, smartphone and tablet.
14-hour battery life
Get up to 14 hours of talk-time on a single charge. Or simply connect the USB cable and charge while using the headset.
Control of your workspace
Passive Noise Cancellation
Simply wear the headset to eliminate high-frequency noise, such as human voices – all thanks to the specially designed ear cushions. We call this “passive noise cancellation”.
The special “busy light” turns red to let people know when you’re on the phone and keeps you from being interrupted. You can also turn it on manually when you don’t want to be disturbed.
Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth (also comes with USB dongle for PCs) or directly using the USB cable. Dual connectivity enables you to connect to your PC and one other Bluetooth device at the same time, so you can take the call on your preferred phone device.
Packaging dimensions (L x W x H)
- L 21.0 x W 18.1 x H 5.3 cm
- Mono headset 79 g, Stereo headset 111g
What’s in the box
- Pouch, Evolve 65 Headset, Warning leaflet, Warranty leaflet, Quick Start Guide, Foam inlay (available for DUO only)
- 2 years
Speaker bandwidth music mode
Speaker bandwidth speak mode
- Regulatory Approvals: CE, FCC ID, IC ID KCC, RCM, NCC, TELEC, SRRC
- Lync/Skype for Business, Avaya, Cisco, Alcatel Lucent and Astra
FAQ: What is the difference between the Jabra UC vs. MS Model
The Jabra UC optimized and Jabra MS optimized versions are identical with the exception that the MS version will automatically set itself as the default device in Skype for Business and Lync applications.
Both the Jabra UC optimized and Jabra MS optimized versions will work for either application just fine. If you are using Microsoft Skype for Business / Lync, the UC device will work fine, but the MS optimized device will be auto recognized and vice-versa, the MS device will work just fine in UC environments.
Both variants works with Skype for Business, Lync, Teams, WebEx, Cisco Jabber, Zoom and etc.