Jabra introduces new range of Elite headphones, earbuds | Digital Asia
- Practically all models feature IP54-rated design, which is water and dust resistant
- Jabra claims the series has its best-in-class voice and music experience
JABRA has introduced its new range of Elite headphones and earbuds that include the Elite 45e, 65e, Active 65t.
The new series will include true wireless and soft neckband variants. Jabra claims the series has its best-in-class voice and music experience. Practically all models feature IP54-rated design, which is water and dust resistant, making them well suited for all day use under any kind of weather condition.
The Elite 45e is designed for users who want the best in voice and music with a headset that has a discreet design and fit. A soft neckband with memory wire is lightweight and has a microphone solution to deliver clear voice communication.
Jabra said the Elite 45e offers the ability to control music with customisable EQ settings and offers up to eight hours of battery life on a single charge.
Meanwhile, the Elite 65e features active noise cancellation via its two microphones in each earbud to ensure uninterrupted call and music listening. For receiving calls, it has Jabra’s three microphone technology that is said to create a “noise-blocking zone” for great voice call.
Designed for all day use, the Elite 65e lasts up to eight hours with active noise cancelling (ANC) engaged and incredibly long 13 hours with ANC turned off.
For users seeking a true wireless voice and music listening experience while walking or working out, there is the Elite Active 65t. Perfect for use in either sports or training setting it has an enhanced grip to keep them firmly in your ear.
Adding to that, it has five hours of listening time on a single charge and can be extended with two additional charges when docked within its cradle.
The Jabra Elite 45e, 65e and Active 65t are available US$99 (RM399), US$236 (RM949) and US$211 (RM849) respectively.
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