You’re a pro at remote conferences, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any room for improvement. Check out these gadgets for better online work calls.
Remote conferences are here to stay. And maybe you prefer them to in-person meetings. Because it’s so much easier connecting with colleagues for half an hour online, rather than spending a whole afternoon—or more—to travel to see them in person. So today, we’re presenting you with our remote conferencing gadgets guide.
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These are the latest microphones, webcams, headphones, and more that can improve your online meetings. Case in point, the Logitech StreamCam has AI tech that tracks your face.
Then, the Jlab Talk has an Omnidirectional mode that’s excellent for business calls and group streaming. Ready for truly seamless remote conferences? Then let’s get started.
1. The Turtle Beach Neat Skyline desktop microphone works great with laptops, tablets, and desktops. Plus, the large mute button is handy.
Turtle Beach Neat Skyline with a laptop
Improve the way you sound during remote conferences with the Turtle Beach Neat Skyline desktop microphone. It provides 96 kHz digital audio and enhances your voice. That way, everyone will hear your great ideas.
Get it for $69.99 on the official website.
2. The V-MODA Detachable Unidirectional BoomPro X Microphone attaches to your headphones for convenience and zeros in on your voice.
V-MODA Detachable Unidirectional Boom Pro X Microphone in use
Add the V-MODA Detachable Unidirectional BoomPro X Microphone to your setup of remote conferencing gadgets to eliminate background noise. This microphone has a streamlined design, works with your current headphones, and doesn’t pick up background noise.
Get it for $44.99 on the official website.
3. The Jlab Talk USB plug-and-play microphone adds dynamic range. It’s great for home, office, and even outdoor use for pro-level audio.
Jlab Talk close up
With four directional pattern modes—Cardioid, Stereo, Omnidirectional, and Bidirectional—the Jlab Talk USB plug-and-play microphone is a serious remote conferencing microphone. The Omni mode is especially good for business calls and group streaming.
Get it for $99 on the official website.
4. The Microsoft Surface Headphones 2+ give you a whopping 13 levels of ANC, making it easy to block out unwanted noise.
Microsoft Surface Headphones 2+ with a tablet