Jabra, which has been very active in the true wireless headset market in recent years, has recently brought three new products to everyone.in Elite 7 The series is the successor to the previous Elite 85t. It is also divided into Pro models and Active sports models. Compared with the past, the design has been improved and the size of the headset has been reduced. This time on the Elite 7 Pro, Jabra introduced a new technology called MultiSensor Voice, which can combine the jaw vibration data collected by the bone conduction sensor in the device with the “intelligent algorithm” (the bone conduction sensor will be used in the algorithm). It is activated when it is judged that the microphone is recording noises such as wind, etc.) to achieve “excellent call clarity”.
Compared with Jabra’s previous compact Elite 75t, the size of the Elite 7 Pro has been reduced by 16%. In theory, a smaller body can bring better wearing comfort. At the same time, Jabra’s parent company GN’s experience in manufacturing hearing aids and its more than 62,000 ear-shaped scans should also be able to perform. help. The entire outer side of Elite 7 Pro supports touch control. In addition, Jabra also redesigned the charging case this time and made it into a pill-like shape.
Through the supporting Sound+ application, users can customize the sound effects and the intensity of active noise reduction. In addition, various gesture operations are also customizable, and the official also provides a MyFit test function to help you determine whether you have the right earplugs. With noise reduction turned on, Elite 7 Pro can be used for up to 9 hours, and the non-noise reduction battery life can reach 11 hours. The charging box can provide almost the power required for 3 charges. After putting the earphones in for 5 minutes, you can listen for 1 hour, and charging for half an hour can fill half of the power. There is a USB-C interface under the front of the box, and it also supports wireless charging.
As for the addition of the Active sports version, it also continues the past practice. This model is roughly similar to the Pro model in design and function, and both are IP57 dustproof and waterproof. The difference is that Active does not have MultiSensor Voice, but will use a new liquid silicone material called ShakeGrip to improve the wearing comfort of users after sweating. Elite 7 Pro and Elite 7 Active are priced at US$200 (approximately RMB 1,230) and US$180 (approximately RMB 1,160), respectively, and will be officially launched on October 1.
As for Elite 3 It makes up for Jabra’s gap in the affordable market. This headset has only passive noise reduction and IP55 dust and water resistance. It has a built-in 6mm unit and four microphones, supports quick pairing of aptX and Google Fast Pair, and uses physical buttons instead of touch controls on the headset. The battery life of the device itself is up to 7 hours, and the charging box can also be recharged 3 times. After putting the earphone in for 10 minutes, it can get the power required for listening for 1 hour. Not surprisingly, this headset box only supports USB-C charging. Elite 3 will be on sale from September 1st, available in gray, blue, purple or beige, and the price is 80 US dollars (about 520 yuan).