Cyrstal Clear Calls with ClearOne

January 13th, 2008 |
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ClearOne, a Salt Lake City-based company, holds a majority of the global market share in the professional audio conferencing systems category. It should come as no surprise that their conference phone products for the desktop and individuals wouldn’t include significant technology enhancements that set them apart from the “el’cheapo” models you see on eBay. With full-duplexing, noise canceling, noise reduction, high-quality microphones and industrial design to enhance a voice, ClearOne products pack the best in audio technology.

Brad Baldwin learns about ClearOne from Kurt Olsen during the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Olsen shows off the Chat 50, which lets the mobile executive place calls via her cellphone or plug into a laptop via USB for Skype or softphone use.

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