These Wireless Headphones Could Serenade You For Every Waking Hour Without Charging
Ok let’s assume that you get a solid 8 hours sleep, and then spend about 3 hours over the course of the day not blasting music into your ears then I can confidently say that you could listen to music all day on the new updated Jabra Elite Sport true wireless earbuds.
This update boosts battery life by 50% and comes in a range of colours to show off your individuality in a commercially sanctioned way.There are also a range of options for changing the character of the sound output with equalizer profiles. The battery life is now 13.5 hours, and Jabra has managed to achieve this without adding any more bulk to the existing Elite Sport line
There are also a range of options for changing the character of the sound output with equalizer profiles. The battery life is now 13.5 hours, and Jabra has managed to achieve this without adding any more bulk to the existing Elite Sport line
While I personally haven’t heard much about Jabra until now, it’s one of the top three big sellers of true wireless earphones in Europe and America, establishing itself as a premium choice for runners and audiophiles.
“While design aesthetics and features are crucial, we also appreciate that to most users battery is ‘king,'” said Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra. “All the features in the world can be meaningless if your battery unexpectedly runs out on you. This is true for most electronics products, such as mobile phones and laptops – and certainly also your headphones. With this upgrade of Elite Sport, Jabra has taken a significant step in boosting battery experience in the true wireless category.”
A “Hear Through” mode allows you to be aware of your surroundings while playing your music. It also doubles as a fitness coach with heart rate training guidance, automatic rep count and automatic VO2 Max fitness testing. That’s right, it can track your heart rate through your ears.
A set costs about NZ$399.99, so if you were in the market, the Jabra Elite Sport is for the truly committed. However we won’t be likely to see stock in NZ or Australia until nearer the end of the year.