Jabra Link 380a UC Headset Adapter - External - Black for Headset
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Engineered to enhance Bluetooth® connectivity from your Jabra device to your computer
Take your headset performance to the next level with the Jabra Link 380 Bluetooth adapter. Available in USB-A and USB-C, this convenient little adapter slots neatly into your computer's USB port, connecting your Jabra Bluetooth headset to your computer and enhancing both the sound quality and the wireless coverage for your UC calls, with range up to to 30m / 100 ft.
Better connection, better UC performance
For a headset to be UC-certified, most UC vendors require superior connectivity, which is guaranteed by a Bluetooth adapter. Jabra Link 380 is available in two variants, one for Microsoft Teams-certified devices and one for UC-certified devices. So whatever platform you're using, you can be sure you're getting the gold standard in connectivity.
The freedom to roam
You need a stable wireless connection if you want to be able to walk and talk. Without a Bluetooth adapter, your device's connection might get patchy over a relatively short distance. Jabra Link 380 is discreet and flexible, giving you maximum mobility and freedom of up to 30m / 100ft wireless range. Enjoy multiple device pairing and a design that doesn't add extra load to your laptop.
Sound that won't let you down
Whether you're sitting at your desk or not, your sound quality shouldn't change. With A2DP Bluetooth 5.0 profile and HD Voice, Jabra Link 380 gives you rich sound quality, even when you're away from your computer, allowing you to enjoy crystalclear conversations and stream music in incredible HiFi sound quality. Link 380 keeps your headset sounding great, whatever you're doing.
Maximum control, minimum effort
Technology is better when it's easy to use. Jabra Link 380 is plug-and-play - no need to install separate software drivers. It's easy to manage through Jabra Direct, so you can push over-the-air software updates to all users in an instant, and there's even a handy LED light which tells you the status of the headset, whatever computer or software you're using.