Jabra’s TWS portfolio continues to grow. Most recently, the Danish manufacturer introduced three TWS at once: Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active, and Elite 3.
In the highest echelon, there is the Jabra Elite 7 Pro which is targeted at consumers who regularly communicate via smartphone. The main advantage lies in a technology that Jabra calls MultiSensor Voice, which pairs four microphones with bone conduction sensors and intelligent algorithms to capture the user’s voice as clear as possible, even in the busiest of places.
As a premium variant, Jabra Elite 7 Pro is able to provide excellent audio quality. This technology is able to provide the best call quality, even in crowded conditions. Thanks to a combination of bone conduction sensors, voice pick-up (VPU), sensors, four microphones, and a special algorithm that can analyze the type of noise that is around.
The algorithm will determine what kind of compression is right to improve call quality. When there is a strong gust of wind, for example, the VPU on the Jabra Elite 7 Pro will be activated for sound transmission, providing the highest level of clarity.
The ANC level can also be adjusted, such as how clear the outside sound conditions want the user to hear. All packaged in earbud size 16% smaller than the Elite 75t series, designed from a total of 65 thousand human ear designs.
The Jabra Elite 7 Pro also has very durable battery life. In addition to a total lifetime of up to 35 hours, each earbud can be used for up to 9 hours non-stop. And with fast charging technology, charging for 5 minutes can be used for up to 1.2 hours.
Price and Availability
For the availability, the Jabra Elite 7 Pro will be on sale starting October 1, at a price range of $199. Any interested customer can choose between three color variants: Titanium Black, Black, and Gold Beige.
Another product on the lineup, the Elite 7 is tagged with a $179 price tag. Meanwhile, the Jabra Elite 3 will be available for only $79.