Audio equipment brand Jabra has launched three new products — the Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active and Elite 3. These are the new offerings from the brand in the Truly Wireless Studio (TWS) segment. Here’s a look at the detail of each of them:
Jabra Elite 7 Pro
Priced at $199, the Jabra Elite 7 Pro earbuds come with Jabra MultiSensor Voice support that is said to combine a bone conduction sensor, four microphones and algorithms to offer clear calling experience.
It also equips a voice pick-up (VPU) sensor that is said to constantly analyse the types of noise picked up by the built-in microphones. With these, buyers also get adjustable Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support. The earbuds also allow users to personalise Sound by creating an audio profile with Jabra MySound technology and using HearThrough.
Jabra also highlights that the Elite 7 Pro earbuds are smaller than the Jabra Elite 75t, which are company’s smallest earbuds to-date. These earbuds are said to deliver nine hours of non-stop play time with ANC and 35 hours with the charging case. Fast charging delivers 1.2 hours of power in 5 minutes. The Elite 7 Pro comes with Alexa built-in, as well as Siri and Assistant.
Jabra Elite 7 Active
Priced at $179, the Jabra Elite 7 Active earbuds boast of MultiSensor Voice technology. It is said to deliver same premium experience as the Elite 7 Pro.
In addition, the new Elite 7 Active come with ShakeGrip coating. The microphone mesh is able to remove wind from calls for users who engage in outdoor activities, claims company.
Jabra Elite 3
Priced at $79, the Jabra Elite 3 is a more affordable offering. The earbuds have 6mm speakers with 4-microphone call.
These earbuds are said to last for seven hours on a single charge and with the case, it comes with 28 hours. The earbuds offer noise isolation and with HearThrough awareness.