The Snom A190 multicell DECT headset: seamless handover and roaming for your ears

Snom, the international manufacturer of IP telephones, presents the A190 cordless multicell DECT headset that enables seamless handover and roaming performances in DECT multicell installations. Together with the recently introduced M900 base station, users now have a complete and powerful solution at their fingertips.

The showroom is a few floors up, the production hall is across the courtyard: anyone who has to move around a lot whilst at work needs to always be available over the phone – both for customers and colleagues. In such cases, metal doors, concrete ceilings or other structural challenges might compromise the transmission quality. Similarly, employees who want or need to have their hands free must rely on a solution that goes beyond cordless IP phones.

To meet all these needs, Snom Technology GmbH offers the new, elegant A190 DECT headset – the perfect solution for smooth multicell telephoning with outstanding performances even in architecturally challenging buildings, in large open areas or in huge buildings with several thousand users.

The Snom A190 headset boasts an excellent broadband sound with background noise and echo cancellation. Two different modes are available: an extension can be configured on the A190 (stand-alone mode) or it can be shared by the A190 and a Snom DECT phone (paired mode). With an indoor range of up to 50 meters and up to 300 meters outdoors, the A190 headset offers up to 7-hours talk time thanks to integrated lithium-ion batteries. When the battery is about to run out, the user is promptly informed by a voice message.

The A190 cordless multicell DECT headset is compatible with Snom’s M Series base stations and is now available for just € 148.00 (RRP).

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