Skip to main content

Jabra’s Evolve2 75 headset might be for hybrid working, but it’s also ready to rock

Jabra Evolve2 75 headset product image with white background.

“This content was produced in partnership with Jabra.”

Jabra, a brand you may already know and recognize from its wireless audio products — namely some pretty awesome wireless earbuds — also delivers enterprise-level gear. Now, you may hear that phrase and feel your eyes start to gloss over, unless you’re running a B2B operation, but even still. The term “enterprise” doesn’t necessarily mean it’s only for a professional environment, especially with everyone working virtually or from home these days. In fact, Jabra’s latest release, the Evolve2 75 headset, is specifically designed for hybrid working, to include working remotely.

What’s one thing that you normally contend with, while you’re working at home, that you don’t always deal with at work? Well, there are probably a few different answers here, but what we’re getting at is the noise level. Unless you’re fortunate enough to live alone, kids, dogs, loved ones, electronics, you name it, they cause noise and disruptions! Even with a door closed the noise can be quite troublesome. Jabra’s Evolve2 75 headset introduces something called Jabra Advanced Active Noise Cancellation™ (ANC) that allows you to pick and choose how little — or how much — of your surroundings, you allow through. So, when you’re on a conference call or just a quick phone call, background noise is nonexistent, unless you want it to be present. You can tune the noise-cancellation level using a ‘HearThrough’ button on the headset, which is possible to configure on a call, so you don’t have to take off the headset if you notice something awry. It’s also loaded with a bunch of features that are just handy to have, regardless of whether you’re working, or playing.

Check It Out

What else can the Jabra Evolve2 75 headset do?

Jabra Evolve2 75 headset woman wearing and using for hybrid work.

It wouldn’t be worthy of the Jabra name if it didn’t come packed to the brim with some other, equally awesome features. It’s a wireless headset with a range of 30-meters or 100-feet, giving you plenty of wiggle room. You can connect with up to 2 devices at once thanks to dual-connectivity support. Using MySound profiles, within the Sound+ mobile app, you can optimize equalizer and sound settings to match your music, or audio feed if you’re streaming a movie or show. You can also use Jabra Direct, on both mobiles and PCs, to change those settings, so you have a couple of options. The 40mm speakers deliver booming bass, clear highs, and mids. Plus, it supports AAC codecs for high-fidelity digital audio. If those specs or terms aren’t in your wheelhouse, it means the Evolve2 75 sounds phenomenal, like wearing high-end headphones.

Comparing the Evolve2 75 to the original Evolve 75 design, the boom arm for the microphone is 33 percent shorter, offering a little more flexibility while you’re wearing the headset. It also feels more natural and comfortable while you’re wearing it, as the mic isn’t jutting right in front of your face. Moreover, it meets Microsoft’s stringent Open Office requirements when flipped down in performance mode, so you don’t have to worry about compatibility. It uses 8 built-in microphones and a “triple-chipset powered algorithm” to produce a clear sound. The system can distinguish your voice from ambient noise, therefore delivering crystal clear and sharp call quality to anyone else on the line. No more struggling to get your point across or worrying about how dull your voice sounds.

On the data side, it’s optimized for Unified Communications platforms, connecting employees to the platform of choice, alongside a dedicated Microsoft Teams button. Integrated data-capturing capabilities make it easier on IT teams and departments — they can reference the data to make better decisions or troubleshoot issues. There’s also Google fast pair with Android devices, dual-foam ear-cups that are extra soft,  and an integrated 360-degree busylight. Essentially, if you need it, the Evolve2 has it.

Sounds great, where can I get one?

Available October 15th, the Jabra Evolve2 75 headset will be $349. Very quickly, let’s recap some of the best features of the Evolve2 75 headset. It has:

  • Jabra Advanced Active Noise Cancellation™ (ANC).
  • 3 dedicated digital processing chipsets for performance.
  • Seamless UC connections with Zoom, Teams, and more.
  • Crystal-clear calls thanks to 8 microphones total.
  • A re-engineered microphone boom arm that’s shorter yet more effective.
  • A comfortable design with dual-foam ear-cups.
  • Impressive wireless range (30-meters/100-feet).
  • Customizable apps and sound settings with a few options.
  • Up to 36-hours of battery life with a full charge time of 2-hours and 40 minutes (fast charge for 15 minutes nets 6-hours of use).

It’s ready to rock when you are unless you’re on a conference call, then you should probably settle down a little.

Check It Out

Editors' Recommendations

Briley Kenney
Briley has been writing about consumer electronics and technology for over a decade. When he's not writing about deals for…
There’s a huge sale on the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro happening today
The Google Pixel 7's screen, held in a man's hand.

For anyone seeking out great phone deals with an eye on the Google Pixel 7 range, Amazon is where to look today. Right now, you can buy the Google Pixel 7 for $599 with a $100 Amazon gift card bundled in to make it effectively $499, or you can buy the Google Pixel 7 Pro for $699. In both cases, you're saving $200 off the regular price, making it an ideal time to buy. Keen to learn more? We're here to tell you about both phones, or you can simply hit the buy button to get straight to making a purchase.
Google Pixel 7 -- $599, was $699 (with $100 Amazon Gift Card)

The Google Pixel 7 is a hard-to-resist phone. It might suffer from slow charging and poor gaming performance but the average user will adore its superb camera and long battery life. It has a great 6.3-inch AMOLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 2400 x 1080 resolution. Alongside that is a 50-megapixel f/1.9 aperture main camera with optical image stabilization and laser autofocus. It also has a 12MP f/2.2 wide-angle camera with a 114-degree field-of-view, while the front has a 10.8MP f/2.2 aperture selfie camera. All work well with punchy images easily produced here and a great Night mode. Its adaptive battery feature helps the phone last longer between charges while it's durable and can handle water and dust with IP68 protection. It's easily one of the best Android phones as far as value is concerned.

Read more
Best Soundbar Deals: Save on Bose, Samsung, and Sonos
The Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar and included subwoofer set on a media cabinet.

If you're starting the new year with a brand new TV, you might be impressed by the picture but discover the sound is nothing short of disappointing. That's because the slim bezels that are popular on newer TVs leave little room for beefy speakers, so they can sound tinny and quiet. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to this problem: Treat your new TV to a companion soundbar. These low-profile bars sit under your TV and provide a real boost in sound, and many even come with subwoofers for an even more immersive cinematic experience. To save some money on your next sound system purchase, we've rounded up some of the best soundbar deals to be found on the internet.
TCL Alto 6 -- $70, was $80

It's not often you find good quality and budget soundbars, and while the TCL Alto 6 won't win any awards for best soundbar, it's still a great option if you're on a shoestring budget. It's easy to set up, especially if you already have a Roku TV since it integrates easily and is compatible with the Roku remote, which is a big plus. As for streaming, you can do that wirelessly using Spotify, Pandora, and a few others so that you can use it as a standalone music player as well. The audio does well with voices, and you will need to change the mode to get more out of playing music. You will also likely have to pair it with a subwoofer to get the most sound out of it, but as a standalone device, it's still excellent for the price.

Read more
Microsoft Surface Laptop 5 is $300 off, at its lowest price of 2023
The Surface Laptop 5 on a table outside.

For stylish yet practical laptop deals, look no further than this Microsoft Surface Laptop 5 deal at Best Buy. Usually priced at $1,300, you can buy it today for $1,000, saving you $300 off the regular price. Ideal for college students who want to head to class with a great-looking laptop, or anyone who simply wants a highly portable system, this is a deal not to be missed. Anyone wanting to know more can keep reading or if you've been waiting for such a sweet price, simply tap the buy button below.

Why you should buy the Microsoft Surface Laptop 5
Microsoft might not make many laptops but it's still one of the best laptop brands thanks to its high quality. In the case of the Microsoft Surface Laptop 5, you get an Intel Evo Platform Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and 512GB of SSD storage. Those are the essentials you need to be able to work effectively on the move and have plenty of room for all your files.

Read more