Polycom VoiceStation 300
The acoustic clarity of the Polycom VoiceStation 300 helps foster natural, free-flowing conversation, plus it resists interference from mobile devices. You’ll have it set up in no time after you plug it into any analog jack with the included cable.
- A cinch to operate
- Clearly marked keys
- Maximum volume is a bit low
VTech VCS754 ErisStation
The VTech VCS754 ErisStation supports up to 3 SIP lines, and it comes with 2 fixed microphones and 4 wireless ones that provide up to 8 hours of talk time between charges. It can connect to your smartphone or laptop for use with programs like Skype or Cisco Webex.
- Simple installation
- Reliable sound quality
- User manual only available online
Jabra Speak 510
While it can’t actually make calls, the Jabra Speak 510 pairs with your PC or mobile device for high-definition sound when you’re using online meeting applications. It boasts an omnidirectional microphone, a long battery life, and status lights.
- Bluetooth or usb connection
- Convenient carrying case
- Can produce static
Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800
With the three-armed Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800 , those seated on all sides of the table will be heard easily by callers, and everyone has access to a nearby mute button. You can pull up contacts, place calls, and view the history on its full-color, 5-inch touchscreen.
- Powered over ethernet
- Stylish modern look
- Doesn't come cheap
VTech VCS702 ErisStation
The VTech VCS702 ErisStation features 2 wireless microphones that can be placed anywhere in the room to capture accurate sound, and they’re housed in the magnetic charging base when not in use. Those at the table can be spread apart and still be heard well by callers.
- Will not break the bank
- Backed by a 2-year warranty
- Can produce a slight echo
Polycom SoundStation2 Non-Expandable
The analog Polycom SoundStation2 Non-Expandable is suitable for small to medium meeting rooms, and users can be heard clearly from up to 10 feet away. This high-quality model is easy to set up and is often known to function smoothly for many years.
- Dynamic noise reduction
- From an industry leader
- Does not provide a call history
The Cisco CP-7937G calls via the Internet and offers a range of around 7 feet, which makes it suitable for small meeting rooms, and its 4 menu buttons enable you to adjust your preferences. Note that it requires use of the manufacturer’s network, which is sold separately.
- Can lower your long-distance bill
- Award-winning voice technology
- Settings are easy to modify
While you can’t actually use it to make calls, the plug-and-play eMeet M2 delivers clear sound for all parties when you integrate it with conference applications like Zoom, FaceTime, or its own branded software. It offers a separate music-playing mode, too.
- Google assistant enabled
- Interactive led lights
- Highly portable
The Android-based Grandstream GAC2500 offers 7-way voice calls, which can be scheduled, initiated, and managed on its user-friendly, 4.3-inch touchscreen display. What’s more, all of this can also be handled on a web interface, along with creating and editing contacts.
- Sleek circular design
- Option to record calls
- Multiple units can be daisy-chained
Polycom SoundStation2 Expandable
With the Polycom SoundStation2 Expandable , you’ll enjoy natural conversations with your colleagues, no matter where they are, thanks to its clear speaker that eliminates background noise. It comes with three cardioid microphones and can accommodate additional ones.
- 10-foot pickup range
- Backlit lcd screen
- Selectable ringtones