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Displaying items by tag: Headsets

Friday, 28 January 2022 10:42

Poly teams up with Red Bull Racing

Audio and video specialist Poly is now the official headsets and video conferencing hardware partner of Formula One World Championship winning team Red Bull Racing.

Published in Deals
Monday, 06 September 2021 12:04

Epos launches Impact D DECT headsets

Audio and video hardware specialist Epos has launched its Impact D range of lightweight wireless headsets.

Published in Hardware

Sony's "truly wireless" WF-1000XM4 earbuds boast superior noise cancelling and fit.

Published in Mobility

The relationship between the Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One team and AV device maker Epos has been extended to include the latter's gaming equipment division.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 24 November 2020 18:42

Get Friendie with Air Duo

Victoria-based, Australian-owned audio accessory vendor Friendie's latest product is the Air Duo over-ear headphones.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 14:10

Razer Thresher 7.1 Gaming Headset PC review

On paper, the Thresher 7.1 doesn’t bring much to the table. So why are we such big fans of them? The core features of being wireless and offering (virtual) 7.1 surround sound are top-end features, but not unique.

Published in Games

The latest version of Windows 10 can now be downloaded to Windows 10 PCs around the world, with a stack of new features, UI improvements, Cortana improvements, Mixed Reality headsets and more.

Published in Home Tech

Klipsch is an iconic American brand that has re-emerged in Australia. Klipsch audio products are characterised by its founder's noted brilliance and irreverence – hence the headline – more known as the Klipsch sonic signature of high output with wide dynamics.

Published in Entertainment

Open plan sucks – noise, buzz, disruption, and a lack of privacy are meant to be offset by lower rent and costs. Traditional headsets help but advances in ANC – adaptive noise cancelling – and UC certified business-grade communications have led to a new breed of office headsets.

Monday, 23 May 2016 15:58

Sound is moving to the edge

The workplace of tomorrow is going to place far different demands on us. Human to human interaction will have the highest value of all. No matter how you talk to someone, you want to be heard clearly and free from interference and background noise – and vice versa. Hence my initial reference to ‘moving to the edge’.

Published in Internet of Things
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 12:36

Dlodlo claims 'lag free' VR

China-based Dlodlo claims its new VR Glasses product provides HD resolution VR without lag or distortion.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 17:03

Australia is a key market, says Jabra executive

Australia is a key market for headset maker Jabra, and the company is seeking to differentiate its products by applying its expertise in other areas of audio and by concentrating on the user experience.

Published in Mobility

Noise cancelling headphones are popular on planes and trains - now Jabra brings them to the office.

Monday, 25 August 2014 09:55

Jabra adds Cisco Jabber call control

Jabra headsets and speakerphones provide call control for Cisco Jabber 10.5 for Windows.

Thursday, 20 March 2014 14:19

Oculus readies second Rift developers' kit

The Oculus team is answering its rivals with the second Rift developers' kit available to the public from today.

Published in Entertainment

Creative is about to release a pair of new gamer-oriented headsets, one wireless and one USB.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 09 March 2012 10:07

Review - Plantronics Marque M155

Bluetooth headsets have been around for a while now so the technology is now ubiquitous and mature. The Plantronics Marque 155 looks simple but that simplicity is founded upon years of development and refinement.

Tuesday, 31 January 2012 10:28

Jabra and its 300 ANZ partners set to WIN

The well known hands-free and unified comms company has crafted a new 'education and sales program' to offer 'greater support' for its 300 partners across the Aust and NZ region.

Published in Strategy

Jabra has released firmware upgrades for its range of headsets which allow users to dial directly on the touch screen of their headset base through a new dial pad for mobile phones and softphones, and to make calls directly from the base without having to access their mobile phone or keyboard.

Published in Market


Noise-cancelling headphones have become a common sight on airline passengers. Jabra has added this technology to its latest Bluetooth headset.


Published in Mobility
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