IFA 2018: Jabra add Alexa to their Elite 65 true wireless earbuds

Jabra have unveiled a new version of their Elite 65t earbuds that boast improvements in battery life and on-board Alexa capabilities.

Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra said, “Expanding the Elite franchise is proof that we believe that Voice is the user interface of the future. We take great pride in continuing to develop our innovative products to ensure they support the future of wireless communication, and are suitable for on-the-go lifestyles."

"Today’s launches are an exciting part of the Elite family’s growth and aim to ensure there is an earbud out there for every user case.”

The new Elite Active 65t features four built-in microphones, an IP56 rating against water, sweat and dust damage and five hours of battery life per charge. Combined with the charger case, they can be used for up to fifteen hours.

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In Australia, the Elite Active 65ts will be available in Copper Red. However, overseas, there will also be a special black model called the Amazon Edition. This version of the Elite 65t Active come with one-touch access to Amazon Digital Music, Audible and Prime Video.

Jabra also announced new gold and copper variants of their existing Elite 65t true wireless earbuds.

The Elite 65t Gold Beige and Copper Black are now available in Australia from Jabra.com.au and Amazon at $299. The Elite Active 65t Copper Red will soon be available in Australia, from Jabra.com.au at $329.




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