Jabra launches three pairs of Elite true wireless earbuds

Jabra launches three pairs of Elite true wireless earbuds

The true wireless in-ear headphones, or earbuds, market is getting more and more saturated. And Danish audio brand Jabra has just added three more into the pool with the Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active and Elite 3.

(L-R) The Jabra Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active and Elite 3. (Photo: Jabra)

The Elite 7 Pro is the flagship model and features Jabra’s MultiSensor Voice technology for clear communication even in noisy environment, according to its maker. This technology utilises a bone conduction sensor, four microphones, artificial intelligence (AI) as well as a voice pick-up sensor (VPU) in both earbuds.

The built-in AI constantly analyses the types of noise and automatically activates the VPU sensor when wind noise is picked up to ensure crystal clear calls. Its adjustable active noise cancellation (ANC) also helps to create an immersive listening experience.

The Jabra Elite 7 Pro. (Photo: Jabra)

Redesigned using 62,000 unique ear scans, the Elite 7 Pro earbuds are 16 per cent smaller than its predecessor Elite 75t. Plus, the new earbuds offer up to 9 hours of non-stop playback with ANC. It comes in 3 colours of titanium black, gold beige and black.

On the other hand, the Elite 7 Active is targeted at the fitness crowd who needs music for their workout. It is essentially Elite 7 Pro without the MultiSensor Voice technology.

The Jabra Elite 7 Active in mint colour. (Photo: Jabra)

Instead, the Elite 7 Active comes with the ShakeGrip technology that makes use of Jabra’s in-depth understanding of the ear, liquid silicone rubber, and a wing free design, to ensure the best fit for your workouts. It has the same 9-hour battery life as the Elite 7 Pro but comes in 3 colours of black, navy and mint.

Finally, the Elite 3 is for the budget conscious. It is not armed with ANC like the Elite 7 Pro and Elite 7 Active, and only features passive noise cancellation.

The Jabra Elite 3 in lilac colour. (Photo: Jabra)

However, the Elite 3 features the same 6mm drivers found in the other two earbuds above as well as a four-microphone array for calls. It is specially tuned for more punchy bass suitable for its younger target audience. And it said to last for 7 hours of playback. It will be available in 4 colours of dark grey, navy, lilac and light beige.

The Jabra Elite 3 will arrive in Singapore on 8 Sep with a retail price of S$128. On the other hand, the Elite 7 Pro (S$318) and Elite 7 Active (S$268) will only be available in Singapore on 15 Oct.