Video and voice solutions Poly introduces smart devices Poly Studio R30 video bar, Poly Sync 10 speakerphone, and enhancements to the Poly Lens platform to help users in the distributed workforce.
The Poly Studio P21 is an elegant all-in-one display, camera, microphone, speakers, and lighting unit which helps you look good, sound good, and switch effortlessly from working on screen to all the different forms of video and audio conferencing in use today.
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.
One thing that doesn't end with a pandemic is meetings ... meetings, meetings. Poly’s P15 video bar helps you always put your best face forward with a 4K camera and loud integrated speaker that works with any video-conferencing app you’re using.
Communications equipment provider Poly has announced the Voyager 4300 UC series of Bluetooth headsets is now available in Australia.
Zoom Video Communications, announced the launch of Zoom Phone Appliances, a new category of hardware optimised for the hybrid workforce, from home offices to shared huddle spaces, addressing use cases across industries.
Poly has been leading the way in office voice conferencing equipment for 25 years, but a picture tells a thousand words. Now you can bring business-class high-def video to your conferences, even if space is constrained, with the EagleEye Mini USB camera.
Conferencing hardware manufacturer Poly has today announced the newest release in its stereo Bluetooth headset lineup, the Voyager Focus 2. The headset is a smart, wireless, headset with 19-hour battery life and Poly’s next-generation Acoustic Fence technology with advanced digital hybrid Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
Business telephony device and peripheral manufacturer, Poly, has released the portable Calisto 5300 Bluetooth speakerphone, giving 16 hours of talk time on a single charge.
Do Industry executives think our lives will improve in 2021? Or will it be Groundhog Year again, again, again?
Every now and then a piece of kit comes along that's entertainingly clever, solving a problem you didn't know you had. In this case, it’s Poly’s desktop station for mobile phones, the Elara 60W, which transforms your phone into your own PABX-style reception console or conference phone.
With that in mind, what will happen in the telecommunication space?
Communications equipment provider Poly has announced a line of smart, USB Bluetooth speakerphones that use proprietary technology to track the speaker, one of which will be available for sale before Christmas.
The APAC chief technology officer of global communications firm Poly (formerly known as Plantronics and Polycom) says there has been significant growth in the number of people working from home this year as a direct result of the COVID-19 outbreak, with a report from the company showing that some 70% of people worked from home for at least a while during the pandemic.
Global communications firm Poly (formerly known as Plantronics and Polycom) has launched the Poly Trio C60, a smart conferencing device that can be used in any meeting space and Calisto 5300, a portable, personal speakerphone for PC and mobile devices.
One of the least talked about issues with headphones is the weight. The RIG 700 HDs weigh just 241g. What been sacrificed to get this low?
There has never been a greater range of true wireless earbuds available to consumers worldwide than now, nor have they ever been as powerful and packed with both useful features and ever better battery life. He's the latest range from Plantronics for late 2019.
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