Jabra releases wireless Elite 65e neckband and Active 65T earbuds in India

Jabra Elite Active 65t

Popular headset maker Jabra has released twin new wireless earphones dubbed Elite 65e and Elite Active 65t on Amazon India. The Elite 65e is a neckband design priced at Rs 16,999 while the Active 65t are regular earbuds that can be had for Rs. 14,999.

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Both the earphones come with one-touch support for Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri, and have built-in Bluetooth 5.0. The Elite 65e, in particular, has active and passive noise cancellation as well as IP54 water and dust resistant rating. It has a two-year limited warranty and three microphones for noise filtering. Battery backup is officially declared to be 8 hours with noise cancellation and 13 hours without it. It has 155mm dynamic drivers and a frequency range of 20Hz to 20KHz.

Jabra Elite 65e

The Active 65t has IP65 dust and water resistant rating and comes with the two-year warranty against such damage. Battery life is declared as 5 hours on a single charge and the provided wireless charging case can add another 10 hours to that.

Both the accessories have a neat HearThrough feature that cancels ambient noise. Further, four microphones aid the headphones in wind noise reduction. Besides its primary use, the two headphones can do some fitness and performance tracking via an accelerometer and a Sound+ app.

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The Jabra Elite 65e comes in Titanium Black & Copper Black colours and Active 65t can be purchased from Amazon starting June 22 (today) onwards in Copper Blue and Copper Red shades.

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