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Jabra Motion Series supports UC platforms

If there were ever a Bluetooth headset that gave you groundbreaking features and future proof technology, then some would say that the Jabra Motion Series is it, and one of those reasons is because of its support for UC platforms. Although the new device looks a little on the larger side, we’re told that it’s very comfortable

Jabra knows that those who choose to use one of their new Motion Series headsets will be in a number of environments where it could be hard to hear, which is why this has been designed to work in a variety of environments. The speaker will adjust to the required volume, which is one reason why this new series has a great performing battery.

It’s not all about the battery and the volume though, because as you can see from the video below the call quality is said to be the best that Jabra has ever developed, so no more asking the person on the other end to repeat what they said — not unless you keep losing signal.

Jabra Motion Series supports UC platforms

To make life easier when you receive an incoming call all you need to do is say “answer” and your call will be answered, although you can also start and end calls just by opening or closing the boom arm.

The Jabra Motion headset also supports NFC, which allows you to connect with handsets and tablets that offers Near Field Communication support as well. There are several versions of this headset in the Motion Series, those are the Jabra Motion, UC (Retail Version), UC, and the Jabra MOTION UC MS. For more details head over to the official Jabra website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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