VoIP Speaker phone eliminates echo by unique design
Is this a pair of binoculars or a VoIP speaker phone? Hard to tell at a glance, but yes it’s the new Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone for internet calling which delivers premium voice quality in a speakerphone by using a two-microphone array – one on each side of the wing-shaped phone – this will capture voices and sounds from a wider area in a room, transmitting even whispers from several feet away. The QuickCall speakerphone also includes Logitech’s RightSound Technology, which eliminates echoes caused by a speaker and microphone in close proximity, a common problem with computer speaker systems and other speakerphones. When privacy is important, it’s easy to plug a headset into the speakerphone’s built-in auxiliary port. Because it uses USB to connect to the PC, the speakerphone requires no other power source, making the speakerphone simple to install, or to take on the road and use with a notebook PC. The QuickCall speakerphone features all the controls people need to pick up and hang up calls, adjust volume and mute calls. The phone’s alert lights make it clear when a voice-over-IP (VoIP) call is connected and ended. Using the included Logitech CallCentral software, people can choose which communications applications to use with the phone’s controls such as AIM or Yahoo Messenger. Runs just under $100USD.