As a home based professional, sometimes your world of communication is not as simple as you want it to be. You’re on a telephone call and need to go to use the fax machine. Or maybe you’re using your VOIP line, but wish you could switch to your cell phone to go to a meeting.
Plantronics understands this need and has a solution, the Plantronics Calisto Pro. Using a multi-function Bluetooth headset you can switch between VOIP, Landline and Cell seamlessly.
The Plantronics Calisto Pro features a compact landline handset and multi-function Bluetooth headset nested in a clean, elegant charging base. The headset enables home professionals to switch between landline, mobile phone and VoIP calls at the touch of a button. No longer burdened with the cumbersome task of cradling a phone between the neck and shoulder, users can talk hands-free and accomplish simultaneous tasks that fill the work day, from reaching for an important file to signing for a package at the front door while on a long conference call.
“Home professionals are trying to gain control of the constant juggling of telephony devices and of business and personal responsibilities at home,” said Joyce Shimizu, vice president and general manager, Home and Home Office at Plantronics. “With Calisto Pro, users are better able to simplify their lives through intuitive, natural communications and hands-free mobility ó and do so with the quality and performance that professionals expect from Plantronics.”
Plantronics Calisto Pro has a MSRP of US $279.95 and will be available online at Office Depot, Office Max, Staples and The Sharper Image in September. It will also be available at The Sharper Image stores nationwide in September and in select US Office Depot, Office Max and Staples stores starting in October.
To learn more about Calisto Pro and view a video demo (I suggest you view it), visit www.plantronics.com/calistopro
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