The hybrid work model is seeing an explosion in popularity. I today’s post-pandemic world, as employees are demanding greater work/life balance, businesses are finding hybrid and remote working not only delivers that, but also enables, at least the same level of productivity, if not more. But, while there are many benefits for workers and businesses, there are still challenges to addressing the unique needs of this new type of working environment.
For one, communications technologies take center stage as the critical element for keeping all workers connected and productive. In light of the increasing need for better workplace equipment, Snom has released new headsets and conference systems that it says are focused on bringing benefits to people working in all work scenarios – remote, office, home, or a mix of them.
The new A330M/D headset and C300 speakerphone deliver on the promise of business-grade equipment, with the ease and comfort of personal use devices.
The Snom A330M is a mono USB headset that uses modern D/A converter technology for HD audio quality. It features a soft on-ear cushion with 3 adjustable axes and suppresses background noises. The device can be used as a headset with almost any communication software platform (Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet and many more).
The Snom C300 is a compact, plug-and-play conference speaker that can be used anywhere. It features a full-duplex speakerphone and is equipped with six microphones and echo cancellation technology. The powerful lithium-ion battery offers 24 hours of talk time and over 5 days of operation in standby mode.
To incorporate work-life balance, both offerings can also double as tools for listening to music, gaming and more.
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