Jabra reveals third-gen wireless earbuds


When it comes to a pair of headphones, many of us are still milking the 3.5mm wired headphones for all that it is worth, never mind the fact that Apple has for some time now ditched the 3.5mm audio jack in its iPhones. Well, as the world continues to make its relentless march into a wireless environment, this would encompass the world of headphones, and Jabra having picked up expertise in this particular area for quite some time already has forged ahead with its third generation of true wireless earbuds. This pair of wireless earbuds is aimed at unshackling the old while making sure that the new is enjoyed to the maximum in the form of the new Elite 65t and Elite Active 65t.

Both the Elite 65t and Elite Active 65t have been specially built for a consistently stable wireless connection, and when used with its cradle, it is capable of delivering a performance that can last for up to 15 hours. Jabra deemed both sets of earbuds to be a reinvention, where it makes good use of its knowledge about usage, comfort and design from the first true wireless innovation. Having a distinct focus on the voice experience, the Elite 65t and Elite Active 65t will deliver superior audio quality when it comes to both calls and music sans wires. The regular Elite 65t is meant for daily on-the-go use, while the Elite Active 65t was specially concocted for training and sport purposes.

In addition, both of the new devices will boast of new integration with Amazon Alexa on-the-go and integrated one-touch access to Siri and Google Now. However, potential buyers might want to take note that Alexa is currently only available in the US, UK and Germany as at press time. Any takers for either one of these bad boys?

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HiHat Says: February 20, 2018 at 8:02 am

And what’s the price of these bad boys???

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