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May 3, 2007

Plantronics' CS70N

Plantronics' CS70N

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May 4, 2007 Plantronics' latest wireless professional headset, the CS70N, incorporates noise-cancelling technology for clearer calls from up to 300 feet away from the receiver. Focusing on premium audio performance, style and comfort, the CS70N Wireless Headset System has been optimized for both traditional and IP telephony phones and provides office professionals with excellent hands-free mobility for increased accessibility and efficiency at work.

Based on the award-winning Plantronics CS70, the new CS70N features a specially-designed boom and noise-cancelling microphone that eliminates distracting background noise in loud office environments.

The headset is built on digitally encrypted, voice-dedicated 1.9GHz DECT™ technology to provide exceptional audio quality and lower interference with other wireless office devices at a range of up to 300 feet. Furthermore, the unit is discreet and lightweight (0.75 oz) and comfortable enough for all day wearing. It has one-touch call answer/end, volume and mute headset controls for ease of use. It also comes with a integrated base and charging cradle for easy access and can run up to 6 hours on a single charge.

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I use the Plantronics cs55 wireless headset but there are a lot of others in the office using the Plantronics cs70n wireless phone headset.


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