CP960-CPW90-SFB

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CP960-CPW90-SFB

Yealink CP960 IP Conference Phone with 2 CPW90 Microphones - SFB

Part Number: CP960-CPW90-SFB

Yealink CP960-CPW90-SFB bundle consists of CP960 IP Conference Phone with 2 CPW90 Wireless Expansion Microphones. CP960-SFB is an enterprise-grade conference phone which is compatible with Microsoft® Skype for Business bringing functionality from the desktop to the conference room. Delivering great audio clarity, the CP960-SFB is armed with Yealink’s Optima HD Voice technology and SILK speech codec - phone users will think they are sitting in the same room with one another.

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£760.49inc VAT
£487.49ex VAT

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Price Breaks

  • 1 = 

    £760.49

  • 5+ = 

    £743.33

  • 10+ = 

    £726.15

More Information - Yealink CP960-CPW90-SFB

These solutions help to meet the communication needs of the modern workplace and the ever-changing UC market. With speakerphone elements co-engineered with Harman, the CP960 sets new standards for sound quality and immerse conference participants in every discussion. Marrying a wide range and dead-zone-free voice pickup, the CP960 is the perfect match for day-to-day business conference conversations.

CP960-CPW90-SFB Key Highlights

  • 5-inch Multi-touchscreen
  • Noise Proof Technology
  • 20 foot Range & 360 degree Voice Pickup
  • Built-in 3 Microphone array
  • 5-way Conference
  • Based on Android 5.1 Operating System
  • PC connection via USB Micro-B port

What's in the Box?

  • CP960 Conference Phone - SFB
  • Wireless Microphone x2
  • Wireless Microphone charging dock
  • Network cable
  • USB cable for charging dock

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