Jabra continues so as to add to its line of Elite wi-fi headphones with a brand new premium noise-cancelling neckband-style headphone that options three microphones and guarantees top-of-the-line name high quality. Designed to compete with Bose’s QuietControl 30, the Jabra Elite 65e is ready to ship in April 15 for $199. (That is roughly £140 or AU$260, with official UK and Australian costs TBA.)
On the time I reviewed it, I referred to as the Bose QC 30 “the last word neckband-style Bluetooth headphone,” however this Jabra might have what it takes to stake an analogous declare.
I preferred Jabra’s extra reasonably priced neckband-style Elite 25e and gave excessive marks to the brand new Elite 65t completely wi-fi earbuds. The Elite line will quickly embody the 65t Sport in addition to the Elite 45e, a extra conventional neckband-style wi-fi headphone that may price $100.