Summary: Great speakerphone solution. I use this for impromptu confernce calls at work. I throw it in my bag and use it when I'm on the road and need to jump on a conference call, Google Hangout or FaceTime. The sound quality rivals the lower end Polycom speakerphones. Good echo cancellation.
Summary: Looking for a Bluetooth speakerphone for your computer or smartphone? LOOK NO FURTHER! You found the ultimate in conference call wonderfulness! I am not able to express this sentiment enough. I have been looking for a Bluetooth enabled, long battery life, CLEAR speakerphone to work with my LYNC, SKYPE and SmartPhone. This little gem rocks! The built-in USB cable is for charging and cleverly wraps around a hollow space in the base so it is hidden while in use/charging.
Great device for road warriors or those who do video conferencing at home!
Daniel W Klemz, Amazon
10 September 2014
Summary: ---There was an initial problem with echo on my iPhone which curtailed my ability to use it, however as others have commented there was an updated firmware which fixed the issue. I am a road warrior and do a lot of travel for my job. This device has saved my bacon on many an occasion where the customer has a low quality speaker phone in a conference room, or if I have to make a conference room out of a hotel room.
Summary: I hate trying to participate in conference calls using the speaker of a mobile phone. There has been several instances where I'm driving with a coworker or at a venue with no available conference phone. I spent several weeks in Brazil with a co-worker and we were able to participate in our weekly con calls using my VOIP app over wifi. Without Jabra, we both would have o dial in separately. This product has solved so many problems.
Love this device and it will always travel in my bag now
Gordon L. Gaar, Amazon
14 August 2014
Summary: This is an excellent product which we use frequently when our team is on the road participating on conference calls together. A smartphone speakerphone is a pathetic experience for both listening as a group and the other side trying to hear us through a the phone. This device is like using a very portable Polycom speakerphone. I did have to load the latest software for it which fixes the echo that existed out of the box.
Summary: Not really a con, but it can't pair to more than one Bluetooth device at the same time. This is more a technological limitation than the fault of the device, though. I always keep this plugged in, as well, so I have not had a chance to test the battery life.
Pros: Great little speakerphone. Brainless pairing with my cell phone -- up and running in less time than it took to plug the thing into a USB port. Ties in nicely with my softphone as well, so it's essentially two phones in one!
Summary: I know that two of my friends use this product. They are happy with its quality. I almost always use Skype everyday and recently I thought of having a decent speakerphone. So, I decided to try this product. It arrived. I connect it to either my Macbook Pro 13 non-retina or Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. So far, it works nicely. 1. Bluetooth connection is very helpful since all the USB port in my laptop are occupied. 2. I could plug its USB connection to USB adapter.
The Jabra 510 was recommended by a colleague of mine so I picked it ...
John W Moses, Amazon
23 July 2014
Summary: As a professional remote employee, I had the issue of the having to use a mic/headphone that kept me tied to a desk, despite preferring to stand or move during my calls. The Jabra 510 was recommended by a colleague of mine so I picked it up last week for my home office. Here is my summary: - I plugged it into the USB port (I don't have bluetooth on my PC), and less the 30 seconds later the software was installed.
Summary: I work remote as my teams are in Europe and Asia. As such I am on conference calls at least 5 to 6 hours a day. The sound is fabuous - and others on the call think I am on a headset. The sound is great and use it to play my music when traveling from my phone or tablet. I learned a little trick by accident with my work laptop (which is locked down). I bluetooth my cell to the speaker, play iHear radio.