Summary: This is a GREAT computer speaker. I use it at work because we have Microsoft Lync and much of the meetings are via computer now. The computer speaker was completely inadequate and hard to hear. This speaker is clear, seems to diminish background noise and is incredibly easy to use. I do wish I had bought the bluetooth version but that'll likely be the next purchase because it'd be great to use with my mobile phone.
Summary: I use Skype daily for hours and Google Hangouts regularly for business meetings and personal calls. I got tired of wearing a headset and so my boyfriend got me the Jabra Speak (the bluetooth version). I love this. The sound quality is great on both ends and it's so convenient. I love the freedom of being able to walk around the room and not have to pause my calls or carry my laptop with me.
Summary: We tested a few different speakerphones. Phoenix Duet and this one (Jabra 410) were our favorites. This one wins out for 3 reasons. 1) the look and feel was preferred 10-0 by our testers. 2) the visual volume display lights around the edge, and visual mute indicator. Awesome 3) its inexpensive and high quality. It got the best marks from our testers for voice quality in our tests. Only the Duet did as well.
Summary: I bought this after fighting with the in-house phone conference system, and not always being able to get a conference room with teleconferencing facilities. I now use it as a matter of course and think it is great. It is quick and easy to set up with plug-and-play; the speaker is loud and clear, and the microphone seems to work pretty well.
Used it for 8 months, now have audio problems - no way to return/replace with Jabra or Amazon.
16 May 2014
Summary: We were very happy with this USB speakerphone initially. We did buy it on Amazon in August 2013. We've used it probably 3-4 times a week for 1-3 hours each session. Recently, we've noticed that our customer is only hearing one voice when we may have 2 or more people in the conference. We are not speaking at the same time. It appears that the unit is only picking up and locking in on one voice.