Jabra’s Elite 4 earphones arrive with the features you requested – Review nerd

Jabra Elite 4 genuine wireless earphones in Navy, Mint and Black

We are big fans of Jabra’s genuine wireless earphones and are excited to learn that the company’s latest pair – Elite 4 – is now available for shipping in the US. They are designed with athletes in mind and range from even better water resistance and other great features.

It’s hard to overlook the fact that these knobs cost $ 40 more than their predecessors, the Elite 3. But the Jabra wrapped up in a bunch of great features that justify the price increase – especially active noise reduction (yay!), Google Fast Par and a enhanced watertightness assessment. The Fast Pair feature is only available for Android

In addition, the company refined the design of the Elite knobs this time with a generally lighter build, improved in-ear form factor and an impressive IP57 rating (a commendable step up from Elite 3’s glossy IP55 rating). These adjustments will make it a little easier to feel comfortable using them during heavier and more intense workouts.

Many of the features we loved from the Elite 3 knobs also remain the same here. You can expect seven hours of battery life from the buds themselves, and get a total of 28 hours on a single charge using the rechargeable battery case. There is (still) Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, multipoint pairing, adjustable HearThrough, a 6mm driver, a 20Hz-20kHz speaker bandwidth, physical touch buttons, USB-C charging and four great microphones that allow you to take a phone call or a problem commands to a voice assistant.

These buds should be a perfect workout companion, whether you are going on a longer hike, diving into a HIIT workout at the gym or enjoying a leisurely walk or bike ride around the block. They are available in Navy, Black or Mint, although the latter are only available through the Jabra website. Otherwise, you can buy them through Amazon or Best Buy.

New Jabra earphones

Jabra Elite 4

Jabra’s latest genuine wireless earphones have active noise reduction and other in-demand features.

via 9to5Toys

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