Jabra Rox wireless earbuds offer decent audio without breaking the bank


If you love to bring your music with you wherever you go, then I am quite sure that you would have done your fair share of research when it comes to a good pair of earphones or earbuds. Let’s just say that you are about to part with your hard earned money for a pair of earbuds after having set your eye on a particular model, perhaps it is time to hold your horses. Jabra has come up with something new – the Jabra Rox wireless earbuds, since it does not require any pesky jacks or cables to deliver fantastic audio quality, as it offers a perfect fit with the ability to withstand any abuse.

To make sure that you know what you are picking up, the Jabra Rox has already started to make waves, as it has recently been selected as a 2014 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Honoree in the headphones product category. Throughout the design of the Rox, plenty of details were taken into consideration, as each part of the earbuds come with a specific purpose. It will also be made out of the finest materials, stainless steel included, to make sure that it will be able to last and function in a durable manner.

The Jabra Rox comes in a sculptured, low-profile design that is based on musicians’ in-ear monitors in order to deliver maximum bass response. It also sports a comfortable, low-profile fit which sits tight, and whenever you happen to be more active than normal, there are the optional EarWings that will lock them in. Thanks to its unique design, it enables the powerful speakers to deliver truly remarkable sound as it does in rich Dolby stereo.

It can also hook up wirelessly either via Bluetooth or tap to pair using NFC connectivity. This IP52 certified device will offer protection against dust and water, and comes with exclusive built-in power-saving magnets. It comes with a playback time of up to 5.5 hours, in addition to sporting in-line controls so that your handset remains in your pocket all the time.

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truffol Says: November 17, 2013 at 12:56 am

This is tiny! You can’t even tell where they kept the battery in that thing!

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