Are you working on the road a lot and working in open office environments? Are your customers having challenges hearing you on phone calls while on the go? Plantronics Voyager 5200 UC was made for situations like this. If you regularly talk on your mobile device and/or softphone for business, this may be a hot audio device for you.
Voyager 5200 UC is Built is for Road Warriors Facing Noise Everywhere
Let’s face it – open environments and collaboration from where ever you happen to be means more surrounding noise and constant interruptions. The need for a truly outstanding headset is greater than ever, and Plantronics has responded. They took the form factor of B235 Voyager Legend UC and incorporated a few suggestions from customer feedback and created a big brother – Voyager 5200 UC Bluetooth headset.
It is important to note, Voyager 5200 UC is not replacing Legend UC B235. It is another quality Bluetooth option that professionals can choose from. B235 is not being discontinued and it remains a current UC headset in the Bluetooth lineup.
Buttons are User Friendly
Nowadays so many people are using Virtual Personal Assistants (like Siri, Google Now and Cortana) so having a dedicated voice control button is a have to have feature. Plantronics listened to customers who were concerned about the volume button and power button being so close together on B235. So Voyager 5200 UC has volume buttons on the top of the headset far away from the power button, making it even more intuitive, and you are less likely to accidentally turn off the headset during a call.
Plenty of Geeky Features
This formidable big brother has even better noise canceling microphones that are smarter and faster than ever, so you can hear and be heard almost anywhere. Coupled with Smart Sensor technology that answers the call when you put the headset on, HD voice and audio alerts for status and incoming calls, this headset is everything we could ask for. The BT600 USB adapter makes streaming audio content and softphones easier to use than ever! It has new visual indications to indicate if you are on mute, streaming audio or just ready to go.