Jabra Speak 510 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
Set up this compact speaker to make phone calls, stream music, and improve on a laptop’s speakers wherever you go. It comes with a protective travel case, so you can safely transport it on business trips and between home and the office.
Make Conference Calls
True to its name, the Speak 510 is designed specifically to facilitate conference calls. It has a 360º microphone and HD Voice to faithfully reproduce conversation, whether you’re chatting with colleagues on another continent or across town. It also comes with a protective travel case so you can take it on the go—which is great for chatting from hotel rooms during business trips.
Listen to Music and Podcasts
Despite its speakerphone function, the Speak 510 isn’t strictly business. Stream playlists, podcasts, and radio from a Bluetooth-enabled device or hook it up to a laptop to enjoy more immersive audio while you’re watching a movie.
The Speak 510 is equipped with USB plug-and-play functionality, which means there’s no need to hook it up to an AC outlet when you have it plugged into your computer. If you’re not plugged in, don’t worry about dropping a call when you’re wirelessly connected to a smartphone—the battery lasts for up to 15 hours on a full charge.
- Model number: Speak 510
- Conference calling via Bluetooth and USB connection
- Connect to a PC, tablet, or smartphone
- Dedicated answer/end, volume control, and mute buttons
- USB plug-and-play functionality
- HD Voice for superior sound quality
- Compatible with Microsoft Lync and Office Communicator
- Stream music and podcasts
- Compact, portable design
- Travel case included
- Up to 15 hours of talk time; up to 4 days of standby
- Product dimensions: 5”x5”x2”
- Weight: 7oz.
- Condition: new
- 1-year warranty from GN Netcom, Inc.
Norcom Electronics, the electronics corporation that eventually gave rise to Jabra, was founded in 1983 when mobile communication represented a just-out-of-reach future for the industry. The future came quick, though. By the ’90s, cell phones and laptops were becoming commonplace for businesses, and in order to meet the surge in demand for all things mobile, Jabra was officially founded in 1993. It created the first in-ear microphone and speaker, fine-tuned echo and noise cancellation, and patented EarGels. By 1996, the company recognized that wireless Bluetooth connectivity was the way forward, so it set up shop in Scotland to develop even more cutting-edge technology, soon putting out its popular wireless headsets, headphones, and speakers for millions of consumers on the go.
Whether you need a speaker for your bedroom or for a backpacking kit, this guide will help you choose the right one.