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Jabra launches 2 new True Wireless Earbuds targeted at consumers and business users

By Ken Wong - on 4 Jan 2023, 9:02am

Jabra launches 2 new True Wireless Earbuds targeted at consumers and business users

The two new earbuds. Image source: Jabra.

As part of CES 2023, Jabra has unveiled two new True Wireless Earbuds, each targeted at a different market segment.

The Jabra Elite 5 is the latest addition to Jabra’s flagship Elite line-up, featuring Hybrid ANC and six-mic call technology for calls and music from anywhere. Their Jabra Evolve2 Buds are earbuds designed for flexible, hybrid, and remote working.

 

Jabra Elite 5’s brings the Hybrid ANC

The Jabra Elite 5 earbuds. Image source: Jabra.

The Jabra Elite 5 comes powered by Qualcomm’s QCC3050 Bluetooth chipset. This is an ultra-low power, single-chip solution, optimised for use in truly wireless earbuds.

It also features new Hybrid ANC technology that uses feedback microphones on the inside of the ear, and feedforward microphones on the outside. The company says that this makes the ANC less sensitive to the positioning in the ear, ensuring a more reliable noise cancellation across a wider range of frequencies.

It features seven hours of battery life and up to 21 hours with the charging case.

Finally, it comes with 6-microphone call technology with external mics that are constantly active, as well as internal mics that give your voice a helping hand when it’s windy outside, making the Elite 5 able to make calls from anywhere and enjoy music.

 

Jabra Evolve2 Buds come ready for hybrid working

The Jabra Evolve2 earbuds and their USB adapter. Image source: Jabra.

Designed for professionals working on the go, the Evolve2 Buds comes certified for leading virtual meeting platforms, including Microsoft Teams and Zoom, and uses the latest technology to reduce disruptive background noise and enable clearer calls. 

It uses Jabra’s MultiSensor Voice, which uses a combination of four microphones, bone conduction sensors, and advanced algorithms to block out as much of the surrounding noise as possible to enable clear conversations.

The Evolve2 Buds are good for up to 33 hours, and if you do run low, a super-rapid charge feature will win you back an hour of power in just five minutes. The USB adapter boosts your connection and makes it more stable, with fewer dropouts, and gives a range of up to 20 meters.

 

Pricing and availability

The Jabra Elite 5 is available for S$228 from selected online retailers like Challenger, Lazada, and Shopee, while both the Jabra Elite 5 and Jabra Evolve2 Buds (S$424) are available from Jabra's online store.

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