Jabra Elite Active 75t Are Smaller, Longer-Lasting, and More Waterproof
Jabra has unveiled its latest high-end true wireless earbuds for "active lifestyles". The Elite Active 75t are based on the standard Elite 75t, but "enhanced for durability and optimized for workout and fitness use." They replace the Elite Active 65t. Compared that previous model, the new model is 22% smaller, features 89% more battery life, and has an improved IP57 rating for dust and water resistance. Like its predecessor, the Elite Active 75t has passive noise isolation with an optional HearThrough feature to hear important ambient noise for safety. The buds alone can last for 7.5 hours on a single charge, and the USB-C charging case allows up to 28 hours of battery life. A software update coming in Q2 will enable single-earbud mode, and also add a calibration feature that can actively tune the earbuds to your specific ears and hearing. The Elite Active 75t will be available in February for $199. The earbuds will be available in three colors at launch: Navy, Copper Black (Amazon exclusive), and Titanium Black (Best Buy exclusive). In March-April, three additional colors will become available: Grey, Sienna, and Mint.
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