The company has launched a new wireless and wired. Airbuds For professionals, it says offer a more reliable and customized way to participate in online meetings.
Both the new Zone Wired Airbuds and Zone True Wireless products come with advanced noise cancellation (ANC) capabilities, which the company says are either ideal for those who now have a working life of their own. Want to divide between home and office environment.
Wired or wireless?
Logitech says the launch was inspired by the real desire of consumers to upgrade the equipment needed for video calls.
Many people found one worn. Headset for conference call Slightly limited with a band from the top, and the fact that it works in a call center makes it look like – needless to say, if it is worn for a long time, it can ruin a person’s hair. Will
To address this, new airbeds seem to offer a more sensible, yet stylish alternative to hybrid workers everywhere.
Available at £ 299 / $ 299 / € 329, Zone True Wireless Airbeds are available in Graphite and Rose Color options. Airbuds are able to connect both your laptop or PC and your smartphone to a USB receiver in addition to Bluetooth connectivity at the same time, which means you can switch between devices quickly and easily. ۔
Logitech says that once paired, you will never need to reconnect Zone True Wireless Airbeds, the device offers a 30m / 100ft connectivity range.
Zone True Wireless Airbuds also packs three microphones – two that listen, and one that listens – to ensure that the correct audio is transmitted, with specially designed active noise cancellation, air, traffic And to eliminate other noise.
Along with the wireless offering, Logitech also unveiled zone-wired airbeds for those looking for a stronger connection.
Available with 3.5mm audio jack, USB-A and USB-C connectors, Airbuds are able to be compatible with Android or iOS, Windows, Mac and Chrome OS, and more. Come with 1.45m cable to ensure flexibility.
Costing £ 99 / $ 99 / € 99, Logitech says the Zone Wired Airbus comes with a beaming mic in the left airbud, meaning your audio won’t be affected by the cable twisting around.
Both wired and wireless products are certified to work with all the leading video conferencing services around today, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Mate and WebX.
Both devices will be available from Fall 2021.