Poly - Sync 20 Bluetooth/USB-C Speakerphone - Personal Portable Speakerphone - Noise & Echo Reduction - Connect to Cell Phones via Bluetooth or Computers via USB-C Cable
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We designed the Sync 20 to be taken with you wherever you go — it’s slim, light, and comes with a carrying case and wrist lanyard. As a footnote the USB cable can also be used to recharge the speakerphone when plugged into a USB outlet, or, AC power adapter that has a USB port. Microphone Everyone deserves to hear the whole meeting—loud and clear. Poly Sync 60 USB/ Bluetooth® smart speakerphone is perfect for conference rooms. Voices are the focus,
Poly Sync 40: PC via combined USB-A and USB-C cable; smartphone via Bluetooth. Poly Sync 40+: PC via combined USB-A and USB-C cable or wirelessly via included BT600 Bluetooth adapter; smartphone via Bluetooth You're ready for anything from meetings to music to charging your smart phone. The internal battery is ready to go with up to 20 hours of portable use on a full charge.You can even use it tocharge your smartphone via USB. Works the way you do
Battery life: Lasts more than a typical work day
With so many Poly solutions certified by Microsoft Teams, it’s not always easy to make a decision about which device is best suited to you. We took this opportunity to breakdown some of the key benefits of using a portable speakerphone for your remote collaboration needs. However, I feel fairly safe in saying that most people who use a product like this, aren’t in noisy environments. Still, good to know before making your buying decision. Talk time Streamlined and intuitive functionality are central to the Poly Sync 20’s design. Now you can switch between your favorite functions – such as play or pause music, last number redial, voice assistant, and more – with the touch of the programmable button. At a glance, Poly Sync’s highly visible LED light indicator bar lets you know the call status – even from a distance. 7 – Certified for Use with Your Favorite Platform
PC via un câble combiné USB-A et USB-C, smartphone via Bluetooth. L'adaptateur BT600 est disponible comme accessoire pour la connexion sans fil au PC A status light bar glows along the length of the touch control panel when the device is connected to the source. The bar glows blue upon a successful connection, green during calls, and red when the microphone is muted. The same lighting cues are also offered by the BT600 dongle.All these things degrade the signal because the signal must penetrate these obstructions. This leads to compromised wireless range.
To complicate matters further, Poly offers special Microsoft Teams versions of both the Sync 20 and Sync 20+, both with either USB-A or USB-C connectivity. This makes for a total of eight different SKUs. Poly Sync 20: PC via USB, smartphone via Bluetooth. Poly Sync 20+: PC via USB or included BT600 Bluetooth adapter, smartphone via Bluetooth In this blog, I don’t intend to pour through the many personal speakerphone options you have. Instead, I’m going to compare two models from two companies on the list above. Specifically, I’ll be comparing the Jabra Speak 710, and the newer Poly Sync 20.For example, the USB-A port for device charging is a nice touch, meaning you can effectively use the Sync 20 as an emergency power bank (provided the device’s own battery is at medium or higher). The Poly Sync 20 comes in a number of different models, which can be difficult to distinguish at first glance. The base Poly Sync 20 differs from the Poly Sync 20+, which comes with a Bluetooth dongle, and these two device categories are divided again into models with either USB-A or USB-C cables. Having more speaker sound can make a difference when you're wanting to hear well, or in those situations where you have a group of people on the call. In most cases, more available speaker volume is preferred over less.