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Sleek and seamless conference calling is now within reach

​Yealink has outdone themselves with their latest conference phone.

The Optima HD IP conference phone is sleek, versatile and most important of all, effective.

This phone will optimize your conference room with the power of the Android 5.1 operating system and a 5 inch hi resolution multi-touch screen and DECT wireless microphones.

Continuing Yealink’s user-centric design philosophy, this Y-shaped phone provides the perfect balance of simplicity and hi-tech functionality navigating its host of features.

The active speaker, allows users to recognize who is currently talking in a multi-party conference call, making it perfect for any team environment.

The device comes with a 20-foot and 360-degree voice pickup with optional wired or wireless expansion mics.

In a Yealink Pentagon Meeting Room, you can create a meeting directly and invite or allow someone to join the ongoing meeting seamlessly.

Its Active Speaker feature helps you easily recognise who is speaking during the meeting.

Pairing the Yealink CP960 with your smartphone via Bluetooth or with your PC via USB Micro-B port allows you to turn the Yealink CP960 into a loudspeaker or microphone with ease.

In addition, after successfully pairing, you can merge all these three devices, your smartphone, PC/tablet and IP conference phone CP960, into one hybrid UC meeting.

The CP960 can also be used in a large training room by connecting it to an external loudspeaker via 3.5mm audio-out port;
and it supports local and USB call recording, local available recording time is up to 100 hours.

The sound coming through its speakers is crystal-clear designed by Harmon Kardon, alternatively you can easily connect this device to any large external speaker.

Feature overview: 

  • New structure design.
  •  HD voice, full duplex.
  •  Built-in three microphone array. 
  •  Five-way conference calling.
  •  Built-in Wi-Fi.
  • Two additional wireless expansion mics.
  • Support call recording.

Overall the Yealink CP960 conference phone strikes an outstanding balance between ease-of-use and powerful features, at a competitive price, delivering the best audio-conferencing solution to your company.

The Yealink CP960 is now available from Ingram Micro New Zealand. 

Enter your details to find out how the CP960 can benefit your conference room.

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