At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, the company announced its new wireless microphone. You can attach the two-microphone kit to your clothing. It's perfect for improving the quality of calls.
The microphone has high-quality audio and noise-cancellation technology that is wrapped up in a carry case. The package can provide up to 15 hours of battery life. It is possible to replace the white cover with another color.
The receiver has a display that can be configured. The image is from Anker Work.
The receiver has a high-resolution screen that can be used to adjust volume and record levels in real time. The internal storage can hold seven hours of audio safe.
The M 650 will be available for $249 in March. We reviewed the comparable kit last year and found it to be $70 less expensive.
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