Audio company, Jabra has unveiled three new earbuds with the Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active and Elite 3.
René Svendsen-Tune, CEO at Jabra said: “We are more connected than ever before. The world has also never been noisier, which requires innovative technology to ensure people have clear calls and a superior music experience. At Jabra, we use our many years of experience to push the boundaries of technology, with the launch of our Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active and Elite 3 earbuds as a result. The introduction of these new products signifies huge developments within the market, and we are excited to be at the forefront.”
Elite 7 Pro
The top of the line model is the new Elite 7 Pro. The earbuds feature MultiSensor Voice technology which should help bring the best call clarity even in noisy places.
The Jabra MultiSensor Voice uses a combination of four mics, algorithms and bone conduction. The company’s algorithms will automatically analyze the types of noise the mics pick up and activate the voice pick-up (VPU sensor).
The earbuds are 16% smaller than the Jabra Elite 75t and there’s Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) that can be adjusted.
Amazon Alexa is built-in to the earbuds and there’s support for Siri and Google Assistant (on Android only). There’s also IP55 water resistance and Bluetooth 5.2 with multipoint support.
Battery life on the Elite 7 Pro is up to 9 hours with ANC on and 35 hours of additional listening time from the charging case. The case has fast charging to get you 1.2 hrs of listening time in 5 mins.
The Jabra Elite 7 Pro earbuds launches on October 1st for $199 USD and come in three colours, Black, Titanium and Gold Beige.
Elite 7 Active
The Elite 7 Active are similar to the Elite 7 Pro but have a new coating called ShakeGrip. This new coating should help give a better fit when using the earbuds while working out .
The earbuds are IP57 water resistant but don’t have the MultiSensor Voice technology. There is still adjustable ANC, 9 hours of listening time with ANC on and 35 hours from the case.
The Jabra Elite 7 Active is launching on October 1st for $179 USD.
Rounding out Jabra’s new earbuds is the Elite 3, this is the company’s cheapest wireless earbuds they’ve launched to date.
The earbuds have 6mm drivers, Qualcomm aptX HD, noise isolation instead of ANC and four mic array.
Battery life is seven hours with an additional 28 from the charging case.
The Jabra Elite 3 earbuds launch on September 1st (tomorrow) for $99 CAD ($79 USD) and comes in four colours, Lilac, Light Beige, Dark Grey and Navy.