Plantronics has formally announced the new Voyager 8200 UC, and it looks amazing. The company has been making some impressive moves in the area of headphones with active noise cancellation, and the new Voyager 8200 US takes things to a new level.
At $379.95, the Voyager 8200 US is a truly premium product with a premium price, but if experience with Plantronics products is any indication, the Voyager 8200 UC will be worth it. As the company notes:
Wherever you work, noise can be distracting. So whether you’re in an open office or on a crowded flight, taking calls or listening to music, the boomless Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth® headset with active noise canceling lets you focus on what’s important, in comfort and style.
The Voyager 8200 UC has a bottomless design and dual-paired microphones to deliver excellent audio quality and clarity.
And because Theis headset was designed for both work and play, it can easily switch from phone to laptopIn addition; it offers two different levels of active noise canceling, an amazing 24 hours of listen-time. And, of course, Plantronics painstaking took the time to make sure the headset delivers hi-fi stereo sound that people will truly enjoy listening to.
Designed for professionals who need to collaborate anywhere, anytime, Voyager 8200 UC is the first fully-manageable business stereo headset with a boomless design, dual-paired omni-directional microphones with enhanced digital signal processing, two levels of ANC, and smart sensor technology. The premium audio quality and clarity ensure an optimal experience whether you’re taking a conference call in the middle of an open office, listening to your favorite music on the train, or working in a crowded coffee shop.
The Voyager 8200 UC’s boomlets design features dual-paired omnidirectional microphones and enhanced noise canceling for great sound. Its dual-ANC means you can set the level of ANC that best suits your current environment. Its dynamic mute alert lets you know when you are trying to talk with a muted headset. And its smart sensors use “contextual intelligence to keep up with you.”