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Poly Introduces the Poly Sync Line of Speakerphones for Remote, Hybrid Work

Poly is releasing the Poly Sync family of smart, USB and Bluetooth speakerphones as the company leans into the rising remote and hybrid work trend.

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Poly is releasing the Poly Sync family of smart, USB and Bluetooth speakerphones as the company leans into the rising remote and hybrid work trend.

The speakers – three separate products of varying sizes and capabilities – are designed for use in both the home office and conference room and are equipped with USB and Bluetooth connectivity options, an intelligent microphone and technology that provides crisp audio quality.

The family of speakers — announced during this year’s Zoomtopia — also come with voice integration that allow connections to Siri or Google voice assistants for hands-free interaction.

“The Poly Sync Family is a new generation of smart speakerphones that are perfect for working or listening to music from anywhere,” said Christine Roberts, senior vice president and general manager of professional headsets and speakerphones for Poly.

“The technology redefines speakerphones going forward. This isn’t just another speaker puck – this speakerphone line is sleek, sophisticated and smart.”

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The Poly Sync 20 and Poly Sync 30+ are essentially personal speakerphones designed for both remote and hybrid work. Advanced digital signal processing algorithms and a three-microphone array make both sides of the call clear.

A step above the Poly Sync 20 is the Poly Sync 40, which features even bigger sound and microphones that provide better pickup range. They can be daisy chained to adapt and expand the reach within varied conference room sizes.

The largest in the new line of speakerphones, the Poly Sync 60, includes all of the features of its smaller siblings but is designed for larger meeting spaces and conference rooms.

It includes a six-microphone array and intelligent LED features that can track voices within the room for better call quality.

The 30 will be available in November, while the 40 and 60 will be available in early 2021.

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