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Poly unveils new line of Bluetooth speakerphones

11 Nov 2020

Poly has today announced a new line of smart, USB and Bluetooth speakerphones featuring microphone tech that tracks the speaker and blocks out noise.

Designed to enable today’s need to work from anywhere, the Poly Sync 20, Poly Sync 40 and Poly Sync 60 speakerphones offer USB and Bluetooth connectivity, while their intelligent microphones can detect voices throughout the room for better audio quality.

“Most of the workforce in the region and across the world are transitioning towards a hybrid working model”, says Poly managing director for A/NZ Andy Hurt. 

“The Poly Sync family redefines speakerphones moving forward. More importantly, the elevated user experience that enterprise-grade gear brings to the table will be key to enhancing productivity for every work style.”    

Poly has one of the largest product portfolios for the Zoom platform, and Poly Sync 20 is among the first to receive Zoom’s Personal USB Speakerphone certification.

“We are pleased to recognise Poly Sync 20 as one of the first speakerphone devices to receive Zoom’s Personal USB Speakerphone certification,” says Poly chief product officer Oded Gal.

“Poly continues to trailblaze with its portfolio of Zoom certified devices and we know that the addition of Poly Sync 20 will provide outstanding value for today’s evolving workforce.” 

Poly Sync 20 & Poly Sync 20+

With a three-microphone array, Poly Sync 20 and Poly Sync 20+ speakerphones are ideal portable solutions for today’s hybrid work environments.

A three-in-one device, it’s a personal speakerphone, a portable music speaker and a smartphone charger all in one. 

Digital signal processing algorithms ensure that calls can be heard clearly by both sides of the conversation. Users can personalise their device with specific commands — like launching a voice assistant or pausing music. 

 The Poly Sync 20+ includes a BT600 USB adapter for seamless Bluetooth connectivity options.  

Poly Sync 40

The Poly Sync 40 speakerphone features microphones which allow for even greater pickup range than the Poly Sync 20, and all features smartphone charging capabilities.

Users can wirelessly daisy chain two units to adapt and expand the reach within varied conference room sizes, and can take advantage of a long-lasting battery with up to 20 hours of talk time and the automatic Bluetooth unpairing.

Poly Sync 60

The Poly Sync 60, the largest speakerphone in the Poly Sync Family, incorporates all of the spectacular features in the Poly Sync 20 and Poly Sync 40, but is designed for larger meeting spaces and conference rooms. 

With a six-microphone array and intelligent LED features, the device can automatically track voices within the meeting room and adapt to make sure the other end of the call has a quality audio experience. 

The Poly Sync 60 features two built-in speakers, as well as the ability to connect a USB video camera to the device for complete AV connectivity. 


Poly Sync 20 is expected to be available in Australia before Christmas, and the Poly Sync 40 and Sync 60 will be available in Australia from 2021. 

This product is currently not available in New Zealand.

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