Plantronics, Inc. has introduced the Voyager 510-USB, a Bluetooth headset system optimized for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) that provides instant wireless connectivity to PC-based softphones.
The Voyager 510-USB includes a plug-and-play Bluetooth USB adapter that eliminates hard software setup processes and enables mobile professionals to place hands-free calls through any VoIP service with one step. In addition, Voyager 510-USB features multipoint technology to allow users to switch between multiple Bluetooth-enabled devices, including softphones and mobile phones, with the touch of a button.
The system integrates with enterprise softphone software from companies including Avaya Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Nortel and Skype Ltd., among others, to offer call notification and remote call answering via the headsets. The Voyager 510-USB is also compatible with most popular consumer Internet telephony services, including AOL, MSN and Yahoo!.
The system comes with a desktop charging stand, USB charging cable, three-foot USB extension cable and AC charger. The Voyager 510 headset features include:
Noise-canceling microphone and wind-reduction technology for brilliant sound in indoor and outdoor environments
Lightweight, foldable design for all-day wearing comfort and easy storage
One-touch call answer/end, last-number redial and voice-activated dialing with mobile phones
Boom swivels for use on either ear for optional wearing preference
Up to six hours of talk time and up to 100 hours of standby time
10m (33 feet) range
The Voyager 510-USB has a manufacturer suggested retail price of US$199 and will be available in June 2006.