For people who make their living on the phone, a comfortable headset makes every call more productive. Stylish and durable, the Logitech H570e Headset delivers comfort day after day. It’s easy to use as well: just connect it to a PC or Mac through the USB cable. The H570e includes premium noise-cancelling features for crystal clear sound at an affordable price.
The Logitech H570e Headset offers premium features at an affordable price. Acoustic echo cancellation, a noise-cancelling mic, and digital signal processing (DSP) block out unwanted noise for clear conversations with great sound quality. Choose H570e Mono or H570e Stereo for one or two speakers.
COMFORTABLE AND LONG-LASTING
Business people on the phone for hours will enjoy the comfort of this headset. Stylish, lightweight design and durable materials mean you can wear the H570e all day. Leatherette ear pads, plus padded headband with metal reinforcement provides strength and flexibility, with a fit that is just right.
EASY TO USE, JUST PLUG & PLAY
Put it on and start talking. It’s that easy. The H570e Headset connects to a PC or Mac through its USB cable with no additional software required. For enterprise-quality audio and an integrated experience, the H570e is compatible with most leading conference software, including Skype for Business.
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