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IFA 2019: Jabra Launch 4th-Gen Elite 75t Earbuds

Danish audio equipment manufacturer, Jabra, has unveiled its fourth-generation true wireless earbuds, the Elite 75t, at IFA 2019 – boasting a better fit and longer battery life.

The product is scheduled to launch in Australia from late October for A$299, with a Gold Beige variant releasing early 2020.

The Jabra Elite 75t claims to stay secure in a users’ ear “no matter what activity”, suitable even for smaller ears via a revamped ergonomic fit.

The device is 20% smaller and offers 50% more battery life than the former Elite 65t.

The new Elite 75t delivers up to 7.5 hours of battery life, extendable to 28 hours via the included charging case.

Jabra asserts it scanned the ears of thousands of global users to determine the most optimal 3D shape and fit, suitable for a range of consumers.

“Our biggest news at IFA 2019 is also our smallest yet,” claims Jabra CEO, René Svendsen-Tune.

“Taking a great product and making it better is a complex undertaking and that is exactly what we have achieved today”

“We have elevated the earbud experience, ensuring the most comfortable and long-lasting solution for on-the-go lifestyles.”

The included charging case offers fast USB-C charging, with a wireless charging variant coming in the future.

With 4-microphone call technology, making and taking calls claims to be seamless, enhanced via Jabra’s latest noise and wind reducing algorithms.

The feature offers confidence for users to take calls even in busy environments (e.g. street or train station).

The earbuds also deliver one-touch support of Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant, boost by Bluetooth 5 to a users’ smartphone.

Consumers can adjust audio settings and more via the Jabra Sound+ app, setting their desired music profile, modifying environmental noise (HearThrough), track battery and more.

The Elite 75t earbuds are IP55-rated, and accompany a two-year warranty against dust and water.

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