Jabra has launched the Jabra Elite 65e, a ear/neck bud device that carries enough juice to power the unit for eight hours on a single charge and features active noise cancellation technology.
The Jabra Elite 65e connects via Bluetooth to either iOS or Android devices and supports voice assistant activation. With a touch of a button, either Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant can be called to do searches, actions or read notification. It also supports EQ with the Jabra Sound+ apps for different sound presets.
Unlike some other wireless Bluetooth earbuds, the Elite 65e features a daunting-looking neck brace which houses the large battery as well as the Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) circuitry. When this is turned off, the large battery can last for 13 hours; enough for a flight from KL to London.
The Elite 65e uses the Qualcomm QCC5100 chipset, which is also used in the Google Pixel Buds. The chipset promises better battery life, more processing power for smart features and improved sensor support, such as ANC. The Jabra Elite 65e is expected to ship sometime in April, with a sticker price of US$199 (RM 780) when it is on sale.
(Source: The Verge)