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GN Netcom Expands Line Of Products Optimized For Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2

Five new offerings provide full range of customer options

  --  Jabra BIZ(TM) 620 USB Duo - The binaural version of the Jabra BIZ(TM)
      620 USB series features two speakers with stereo sound for superior
      call clarity.
  --  Jabra GN2000 IP Mono - The Jabra GN2000 IP monaural wideband
      noise-cancelling corded headset features a lightweight design and
      delivers day-to-day durability, all-day comfort, and affordability.
      Part of the Jabra GN2000 IP series, this headset incorporates a Quick
      Disconnect (QD) cord, which provides additional flexibility by
      allowing users to connect the headset to either a PC or traditional
      telephone via an adapter cord.
  --  Jabra GN2000 IP Duo - The binaural version of the GN2000 IP series has
      two speakers with stereo sound for superior call clarity in open
      office environments.
  --  Jabra BIZ(TM) 2400 USB OC - The Jabra BIZ(TM) 2400 USB OC is the first
      corded USB headset with built-in Bluetooth connectivity that allows
      users to selectively switch between PC softphone and mobile phone
      calls.  This wideband headset includes a number of industry firsts
      such as a noise canceling boom arm with FreeSpin(TM) 360 degrees
      rotation to prevent breakage and Peakstop  technology to protect users
      hearing from harmful loud noises.  The headset also features a
      Kevlar-reinforced cord, providing protection against kinking,
      breakage, and damage, and includes super-soft ear cushions.

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