What does 'Microsoft Teams Certified' mean?
What makes a device Microsoft Teams Certified?
A device will be classified as Microsoft Teams Certified if it features a dedicated Teams button that allows users to launch Microsoft Teams or answer incoming Teams calls. This button will also feature an LED indicator for notifications on or near it, making it easy for users to stay aware of notifications while also remaining productive. The certification also indicates that the device in question has hardware that's best suited for audio and video calls in Teams, such as premium speakers and high-quality microphones.
Which Microsoft Teams Certified device should you get?
There are plenty of excellent Microsoft Teams Certified devices available right now, but in our minds, one of the best (and most useful) ones is the EPOS/Sennheiser ADAPT 660 headset. With its dedicated Teams button, wired and wireless (Bluetooth 5.0) connection options, 17-23,000Hz speaker frequency, a superb digital MEMs beamforming microphone, active noise cancellation, a battery life of 30 hours, and comfortable earcups, this productivity headset is a dream come true for Teams users. It's expensive, but you get what you pay for and then some.
If the EPOS/Sennheiser ADAPT 660 isn't up your alley, make sure to check out our roundup of all of the best wireless headsets for home and office for more options. If you want some other Teams-focused peripherals, have a look at Microsoft's official list of Teams Certified Devices (opens in new tab).
The best Teams Certified headset
The EPOS/Sennheiser ADAPT 660 features fantastic Teams integration, audio quality, and comfort, making it an amazing choice for frequent Teams users.
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