Expanding its portfolio of business audio tech, Jabra has released its new ‘Engage’ professional headsets in Australia, claimed to feature “first of their kind” noise cancelling microphones.

Claimed to be the “world’s most powerful professional wireless headsets”, Jabra’s Engage range will land in Australia on April 13th for A$638 – A$770 (pricing below).

The new Engage headsets are said to significantly improve the quality of customer calls, and thereby reduce organisational expenses.

Jabra claims the new headsets allow more employees to seat closer together (‘user density’), without compromising call quality – thereby a reduction in operating costs.

The new Engage headsets are designed for “the modern office”, fused with improved security features, long-range mobility (up to 150m) and reportedly three times user density compared to rival devices.

The company claims its Engage headsets provide the “highest level of security” found in any wireless headset on the market.

The product facilitates enhanced authentication and encryption, alongside ‘physical assisted pairing’ to create a ‘secret-link’ between a headset and its docking base unit.

Creating an “entirely new class” of DECT wireless professional headsets, the range is said to have involved over 115,000 hours of development, and the registration of four patents.

Jabra’s 65 and 75 Engage headsets feature an “all day battery” of between 9 – 13 hours, with a rapid charge option.

A variety of styles allows Jabra’s Engage range to cater to different workplaces.

[Australian pricing below]

An integrated ‘do-not-disturb’ light alerts other employees when a user is taking a call, and the headsets also facilitate synonymous use.

Jabra Chief Executive Office, Rene Svendsen-Tune, affirms Jabra Engage features the “industry’s best headset family”:

Australian and New Zealand pricing is below: