Logitech’s new Mobile Speakerphone P710e accessory for smartphones and tablets looks to bring enterprise-quality audio to your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The device is highly portable creating an on-the-go conference room without sounding like you’re on speakerphone.

Check out more information here and the full press release below:

The USB/Bluetooth® speakerphone that outlasts the longest workday

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for enterprise-quality audio

Advanced DSP technology enables precise tuning for both the mic and speaker so conversations are more life-like.

Device stand provides second-screen versatility

An integrated stand positions a mobile phone or tablet at just the right angle for shake-free video calls and hands-free access to the mobile screen.

Wideband audio

Hear and be heard in true wideband audio, so those on both sides of the call can enjoy a life-like communication experience.

USB and Bluetooth® connectivity with NFC pairing

USB plug-and-play connectivity easily connects to PCs or Macs, or pair up to eight Bluetooth® devices. Easily pair and un-pair NFC-enabled mobile devices to the P710e by simply touching them together.

Long battery life

With 15 hours of talk time between charges* the Mobile Speakerphone P710e outlasts the longest workday.

Acoustic echo cancelation and noise-cancelling microphone

Optimized to hear and be heard even in noisy workspaces, this is a mobile speakerphone users love to use.

Optimized for Microsoft® Lync™, Cisco® compatible** and Skype™ certified

Ensures enterprise-quality audio and an integrated experience with most all business-grade UC platforms.

USB cable management

The USB cable is hard-wired into the speakerphone so it’s never lost and neatly coils away beneath the unit when the cable isn’t in use.

Dynamic Equalizer

Automatically switches between voice and music modes, delivering the best sound quality and EQ for what the user is listening to.

Touch controls

Provide excellent response without transmitting audible noise through the audio path.

Separate “call answer” and “call end” buttons

Increases call control and provides greater flexibility when handling multiple calls.

Visual incoming call indicator

Onboard LEDs flash to provide a visual alert when a call is coming in.

Headphone jack

Plug a headphone directly into the Mobile Speakerphone P710e when additional privacy is desired.

Battery charge via USB or AC adaptor

Two battery-charging options provide the flexibility of charging from a laptop or wall power.

Zippered neoprene carrying case

Protect the speakerphone in style with the zippered neoprene carrying case.

Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e
Transforms Any Location into an Instant Conference Room

NEWARK, Calif. — Oct. 21, 2013 — Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) today introduced the Logitech® Mobile Speakerphone P710e, a compact speakerphone designed for an individual or small group to easily set up an instant conference room virtually anywhere – in the office, at home, or on the go – connecting on their PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.
With hands-free, enterprise-quality audio, USB and Bluetooth® connectivity, NFC (Near Field Communication) pairing, and up to 15 hours of battery life, the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone enables users to experience professional-quality, natural-sounding conversations throughout even the longest workday.
The speakerphone’s sliding top section reveals an integrated stand that holds a mobile phone or tablet at the optimal angle for hands-free video calls. Or, during audio-only calls, the user can place a tablet in the integrated stand, pair the tablet with a compact Bluetooth keyboard, and take notes during the call, enjoying the benefits of a highly streamlined workspace for both productivity and communication.
Built for the mobile professional, with the human-centric design and user-friendly features Logitech is known for, the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone features wideband audio and advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology that enables precise tuning for both the omni-directional mic and speaker so conversations are more life-like.
The Logitech P710e is the first mobile speakerphone to offer NFC, making it easy to pair, connect and disconnect NFC-enabled mobile devices to the speakerphone by simply touching them together. It can pair with up to eight Bluetooth devices, and connect to two Bluetooth mobile devices at the same time. Its USB plug-and-play connectivity makes it simple to connect to PC and Mac computers.
“We designed the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e for the increasing number of people who work outside the traditional office,” said Eric Kintz, senior vice president and general manager of Logitech for Business. “Now, professionals on the go or in small-group meetings can take advantage of a portable speakerphone with high-quality voice and ample battery life, making it simple to host conference or video calls from anywhere, at any time, on just about any device. By incorporating an integrated mobile-device stand into the product as well as Bluetooth and NFC capabilities, Logitech is continuing to help optimize the communication experience on mobile devices.”
Ensuring an integrated experience with most business-grade UC platforms, the Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e is Optimized for Microsoft® Lync™, Cisco® compatible and Skype™ certified. It can also be used with consumer applications such as Facetime, or for a regular phone call.

The product comes with a carrying case.

Battery Life
The Lithium-Ion battery delivers 15 hours of talk time between charges, based on speech played in the range of 63dB-67dB for 50 percent of the talk time.

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech Mobile Speakerphone P710e is expected to be available worldwide in November 2013 for a suggested price of $169.99. For more information, please visit http://www.logitech.com/business or our blog.

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