Logitech and Jabra: We’re all ears

Last month Logitech announced a collaboration with GN Netcom to offer select Jabra headsets and speakerphones to SMBs and enterprises alike as part of Logitech’s Unified Communications solutions. Today, I’m happy to report that our first offerings to come from this collaboration – the “Logitech powered by Jabra” BH870 Bluetooth Headset and BSP420 USB Speakerphone – are officially available in the U.S.

With these “Logitech powered by Jabra” products – both of which are certified for Microsoft Lync, Avaya and Cisco – Logitech now offers businesses a full range of UC solutions ranging from the meeting room with LifeSize video conferencing end points and infrastructure products to PCs, Macs and tablets with Logitech webcams, headsets and speakerphones.

The Logitech® BH870 Bluetooth Headset ($199.99) was designed with function in mind, providing clear, hands-free communication capabilities, whether you’re at the office or on the go. It includes Class 1 Bluetooth connectivity, ensuring you can connect to your phone from up to 300 feet away – perfect for when you need to make a call away from your desk. And, because one style doesn’t fit all, you can sport the BH870 “ear hook” style or headband style.

The Logitech® BSP420 USB Speakerphone ($159.99) is available in a Lync-certified version and a standard version. Both deliver crisp and clear audio calls, bolstered by a full-duplex speakerphone with built in echo cancellation technology. The Logitech BSP420 is USB-powered, giving you a simple setup process and easy transportability. It also includes illuminated touch controls that are intuitive and easy to use.

These are just the first of many “Logitech powered by Jabra” products slated for release this year that will be available through Logitech reseller partners. For more details on the BH870 Bluetooth Headset, BSP420 USB Speakerphone and other Logitech offerings, please visit www.logitech.com/jabra.


Vice President of Business Products