Popular audio brand Jabra has announced today that it is expanding its truly wireless earbud portfolio in the country. It is doing so by launching four new products, the Jabra Elite 2, Jabra Elite 3, Elite 7 Pro and Elite 7 Active, available starting Rs 5,999 all the way up to Rs 18,999.
Jabra Elite 2, Elite 3, Elite 7 Active, Elite 7 Pro: Pricing and Availability
The Jabra Elite 2 earbuds will retail for Rs 5,999 and are available in Navy and Dark Grey Hues, while the Elite 3 earbuds will sell for Rs 6,999 in four hues, Lilac, Navy, Dark Grey and Light Beige.
Coming to the premium earbuds, the Jabra Elite 7 Active is available for Rs 15,999, whilst the Elite 7 Pro is available for Rs 18,999. The former is available in Mint, Navy and Black hues, whilst the latter is available in Titanium Black, Black and Gold Beige.
All of these earbuds will be available on multiple platforms, which include Amazon, Croma, Reliance, Jabra’s Authorised resellers and Flipkart.
What Do the Earbuds Have to Offer?
The Elite 2 and Elite 3 are meant for the affordable segment and make use of 6mm audio drivers. These earbuds offer noise isolation via Jabra’s own HearThought feature and support Qualcomm aptX audio support. Bluetooth 5.2 is also supported.
The Elite 2 has a few microphones, while the Elite three makes use of a quad-microphone call technology. Both of them have equalizer support, but the Jabra 2 offers Alexa support, one-touch Spotify, Google Fast Pair and an IP55 rating.
Battery-life wise, the Jabra 2 run for 7 hours on a single charge with 21 hours total with the charging case, while the Jabra 3 offers the same 7 hours of charge but the case allows for a total of 28 hours of running.
What About the Premium Earbuds?
In comparison, the Elite 7 Active is a premium pair of earbuds with Jabra’s MultiSensor voice tech that as per Jabra offers “ultimate call clarity, even in the noisiest places,”.
Adjustable ANC is also present. Given the name, you can judge that it is a fitness-focused earbud meaning it offers ShakeGrip tech that offers better grip during workouts.
Four microphones aid your calling experience with two additional mics for ANC. Battery-life wise, the earbuds last for eight hours on a single charge and offer a total of 30 hours of running via the case.
Coming to the final Elite 7 Pro, it is the most advanced of them all. It offers Bone Conduction tech to create sound and makes use of MultiSensor Voice tech and four mics.
Adjustable ANC, Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant support is also present. IP55 dust and water resistance protect the device and one can pair the earbuds with Jabra Sound+.
Battery life is pretty good with eight hours of playback with ANC and a total of 30 hours of running via the case, which also has fast charging support.