Wednesday, 22 June 2022 10:23

Escape the desk and stay connected to all your devices with the Poly Voyager 4300 UC series

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Poly's Voyager 4300 UC series brings comfort and style to office headsets, allowing you to freely roam up to 50m from your desk, while staying connected to all your devices both at home and in the office. For office workers this is the only headset you need!

The Poly Voyager 4300 UC series brings Poly's extensive audio and office experience to one convenient super-comfortable device. As you expect from Poly, it brings soft, cushioned ear pads (which conveniently have an L and an R discretely imprinted to help you put it on the right way), a comfortable, flexible, lightweight headband, and a black leatherette aesthetic.

It brings a foldable boom microphone, options for one- or two-earpad designs, Bluetooth and USB-C connectivity, easy touch volume controls on the right, a soft carry bag, and acoustic fence technology to eliminate background noise. What’s more, it’s certified for Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Mitel, Avaya, RingCentral, 8x8, and more so you can be sure of an excellent conferencing experience whatever platform you use.

In short, this is the office headset for those who need to work and focus, walk and talk, switch between mobile and PC, and home and office.

The Voyager 4300 UC comes in two variants - the 4310 single earcup edition in mono, for those who need to keep one ear always open to what’s going on around them, and the 4320 dual ear cup edition in stereo. Both are fully featured with outstanding audio and acoustic protection to limit sounds below 118 dBA.

iTWire tested out the 4320 (pictured) and sure enough, it is easily among the lightest headphones we've experienced. Poly has a talent for packing complex tech into a feather-light system, with a headband that easily flexes to suit your head, and with earcups that simply sit against your ears without surrounding and burying them. There’s no risk of ear pain or hot ears from air circulation constraints; it’s a headset that is simply there when you need it, and almost forgettable when you don’t. It’s designed for busy professionals who may need to wear it all day, and sure enough, we found it brought long-lasting comfort.

The 350 mAH li-ion battery gives it a massive 24 hours of talk time and can be fast-charged to 10 hours within 15 minutes. Additionally, the 50 metres of wireless range is quite remarkable, with many competing devices offering only 10 metres. This extends up to 91 metres with compatible Poly accessories like the Voyager Office Base.

The Poly Voyager 4300 UC series is available now from your Poly dealer and includes a two-year limited warranty.

Organisations with a fleet of Poly devices can integrate it with the Poly Lens tools so IT teams can configure, update, and gain insights from all their Poly headsets from one pane of glass. Similarly, for users, the Poly Lens app allows individuals to manage all their Poly devices, including tips for health and wellness.

When the COVID-19 pandemic began, businesses worldwide scrambled for headphones as they accelerated their remote working plans due to necessity. One of the numerous outcomes of the pandemic is the sheer overwhelming evidence that quality business-grade headphones are a must. You need audio quality, you need solid connectivity, you need collaboration platform certification, and most certainly, you need durability and comfort. Why risk your ears and your productivity for anything less? The Poly Voyager 4300 UC series needs to be on your list when you’re looking for headphones to keep yourself, your team, and your colleagues collaborating comfortably - no matter when, where, and how they work.
 

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David M Williams

David has been computing since 1984 where he instantly gravitated to the family Commodore 64. He completed a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from 1990 to 1992, commencing full-time employment as a systems analyst at the end of that year. David subsequently worked as a UNIX Systems Manager, Asia-Pacific technical specialist for an international software company, Business Analyst, IT Manager, and other roles. David has been the Chief Information Officer for national public companies since 2007, delivering IT knowledge and business acumen, seeking to transform the industries within which he works. David is also involved in the user group community, the Australian Computer Society technical advisory boards, and education.

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