Jabra Launches Elite 4: Affordable True Wireless Earbuds with Multipoint Bluetooth and Active Noise Cancellation

Jabra, the leader in personal sound and hybrid work solutions, has launched the Elite 4, the latest addition to its unique Elite lineup. The Elite 4 is a step up from its predecessor, the entry-level Elite 3, and is aimed at modern earbud users who demand comfort, optimal sound, and convenience at an affordable price.

With the push of a button, users can immerse themselves in media or connect with colleagues, friends, or family, thanks to the Elite 4’s exceptional sound quality. The earbuds come equipped with Bluetooth Multipoint, allowing users to switch between two devices smoothly and stress-free. The initial pairing of the earbuds with a device is also effortless, with Fast Pair and Swift Pair connecting instantly to a mobile device or a laptop or computer, respectively.

The Elite 4 has been designed for users on the go. The earbuds come with feedforward Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology that filters out unwanted sounds, making them ideal for commuting or traveling. The earbuds are also equipped with 4-microphone call technology and 6mm speakers, ensuring crystal-clear sound quality for calls and media playback. For personalized listening experiences, the Jabra music equalizer and Sound+ app let users customize the sound to suit their individual tastes.

Some of the key features of the Jabra Elite 4 include a long-lasting battery life of 5.5 hours of playtime, with the case providing an additional 22 hours (28 hours with ANC off). The earbuds also support Microsoft Swift Pair and Google Fast Pair, ensuring instant connections to laptops and phones.

The Elite 4 sets the baseline for all future TWS buds with ANC and Bluetooth Multipoint. Its tailored listening experience, comfortable design, and exceptional sound quality make it the ideal earbud for users seeking convenience without compromising on quality.

The Jabra Elite 4 is now available for purchase on Jabra’s website and through authorized retailers. It retails at $160.

Mark Ko

Mark Ko

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