|Item Model Number||FBA_JASPEAK510|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Tablet, Smartphone|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 12 x 33 cm; 299.37 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12 x 12 x 33 centimetres|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Weight||299 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||23 November 2017|
Jabra Speak 510+ UC
- Clearer conversations for more efficient meetings, crystal-clear voice experience ensures everyone is heard.
- Optimized UC experience, set-up in seconds - compatible with all leading UC platforms.
- Hold meetings wherever you go, compact and portable design lets you hold conference calls anywhere.
- Seamless Connectivity, simple Plug and Play set up via USB or Bluetooth to get your meetings started quickly.
- Certified for Avaya, Cisco, Skype for business, and more.
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Jabra Speak 510+ UC Microphone and Speaker - Optimised UC experience - Mid Range Portable USB and Bluetooth speakerphone - Omni-directional microphone - Connection: Bluetooth and USB - Combatible with Jabra Link 370 USB - Hold meeting with up to 4 people - Connects to smartphone, tablet or computer - 15 hours of battery life - 7510-409 - 12 Months Limited Warranty
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The variant here includes a USB wifi adaptor. This is handy to remotely connect computers without Bluetooth to the device.
It also acts as an excellent quality bluetooth speaker which packs quite a punch so far as volume is concerned. I have tested it with "Thus Spake Zarathustra" by Strauss (great test of range) - it handles the volume transitions well. I've also used it for Drum n Bass & Trance music. It handles the ranges very well for such a compact device.
It's microphone pickup has quite an effective range and i have successfully used it in board room (long table) meetings of up to 12 people.
The two marks against it: it has this annoying non-removable USB cable dangling off of it (can't it just have a micro USB input like everyone else?), and the microphone seems to suffer from Bluetooth interference or something in an office environment where my air pods have no problem. Maybe it's using an old version of Bluetooth? I wasn't able to find the version it uses anywhere.