Jabra adds new ‘fold-and-go’ headset to Evolve2 range

Jabra adds new ‘fold-and-go’ headset to Evolve2 range


The Evolve2 65 Flex model has a 'fold-and-go' design that differs from the Evolve2 65 model (pictured)

New headsets are designed for portability, comfort and noise cancellation for users

Amber Hickman |

Jabra is launching a new series of Evolve2 mid-range headsets. 

The Evolve2 65 Flex model has a ‘fold-and-go’ design, with a collapsible hinged headband and slimmed down earcups so that it can be carried around with ease. The flexible earcups move with the user to help increase comfort. 

The headset also features Jabra’s ClearVoice microphone and hybrid active noise cancellation, which is also a feature of two other new headsets, the wireless Evolve2 55 and the corded Evolve2 50. 

“The current generation of hybrid workers are in search for comfortable, flexible and easy-to-use devices for both work and music,” said Holger Reisinger, senior vice president for enterprise solutions at Jabra. “Meanwhile, headsets are evolving from mere accessories to a business necessity for productive work. This was why we sought to create high-quality mid-range headsets so we can meet the needs of both the business and end-user. Particularly with the foldable version, everyone will have the ability to look, sound and be professional, working from anywhere.” 

The new headsets will be available from April. 

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