Latency is the time it takes for your voice data packet to reach its’ destination. Latency of 150ms (milliseconds) or less, as measured by our bandwidth test, is good. If higher, voice quality could be adversely affected by a) echo and/or b) delayed voice delivery (resulting in one speaker interrupting the other)
Modified on: Mon, 13 Jan, 2014 at 6:27 PM
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