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Limited-time deal: Jabra Speak 510 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for Softphone and Mobile Phone – Easy Setup, Portable Speaker for Holding Meetings Anywhere with Outstanding - $89

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Thanks OP picked one up for my home office
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This is the best thing you can add to your home office. I've used the Jabra 410 working virtually for four years now. It's a quality speaker and microphone for conference calls, but the best features are the physical volume and mute buttons. No software to install and connects quickly and easily to new devices.
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This is the best thing you can add to your home office. I've used the Jabra 410 working virtually for four years now. It's a quality speaker and microphone for conference calls, but the best features are the physical volume and mute buttons. No software to install and connects quickly and easily to new devices.
Agree.

Speakerphone for working from home or school. Worth it just for the mute button.
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I love my Jabra devices, and I'm sure this speakerphone lives up to the Jabra name, but for $10 more you can grab this Anker Conference S3 Speakerphone that has BT 5.0, USB-C and phenomenal battery life:

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerConf-Speakerphone-Conference-Compatible/dp/B0899S421T/ref=sr_1_3?c... [amazon.com]

I scooped it up myself a couple of months ago and the sound quality on the speaker itself and the mics is top-notch!
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This thing is awesome! I have the older version I think mode 410, and it's my daily use speaker phone for all my meetings!! No more headsets or mic to deal with!!!!
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I have been exclusively using this for work from home. Best investment ever.
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The one with usb also on sale. I think you need it sync your mute status in your apps. Al least that how my plantronics works
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Good price but not a fan of the glossy plastic finish (for portability). It also looks like old tech as well (older Bluetooth standards 6-years ago).
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The one with usb also on sale. I think you need it sync your mute status in your apps. Al least that how my plantronics works
The 510 has bluetooth and a usb cable that stores around the base. You can use it wired or wireless. I had the wired 410 for a while before the 510 came out. They are basically the same with the exception of having bluetooth on the 510.
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The 510 has bluetooth and a usb cable that stores around the base. You can use it wired or wireless. I had the wired 410 for a while before the 510 came out. They are basically the same with the exception of having bluetooth on the 510.
What I meant was you need the usb adapter to make mute status sync with apps like teams.

I received mine today can confirm it does not sync if you connect to computer directly.

Also I do not like the no detachable cable.
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I have both of these, a 410 and a 510. Both are great devices with the tap to mute feature along with Bluetooth on the 510. I got my 510 on ebay used for around this price and my 410 for a bit cheaper new through a Dell deal.

Sometimes people complain I am a bit faint but it's rare. I more hear people tell me it picks up my keyboard when I am taking notes so I find this best for meetings when I am listening and not clicking.
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I can't recommend this device. It is an OK device for occasional use, however if you are looking for an excellent device the Poly Calisto 7200 is what you should be looking at.
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Does anyone use this with MS Teams? How will does it work? I have an old Jabra headset that worked great in Skype but having issues with Teams.
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I have used this for years and I like it a ton, other than the occasional "static sound" that pops up intermittently and runs around 5 seconds. Not sure if that's just on my device.

I have used it fine with Teams, generally on USB. Also works fine on Google Meets/hangouts, Zoom, and as a general purpose speaker, if needed.

Blutooth call/Facetime quality from my cell phone is also great.

I'd be curious on hearing if more people recommend things like the Anker Conference S3 or the Poly Calisto 7200. The 510 UC is great and I don't have a real use case to replace, but still long in tooth. I don't baby this either and it's held up well when I used to travel weekly.
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