Pre-Order Jabra's Elite 65e Wireless In-Ear Headphones For $199

Jabra announced its latest pair of in-ear headphones last month, in the Elite 65e, and now those are available for pre-order. These in-ear headphones are priced at $199, and will be shipping beginning on April 30. The Jabra Elite 65e are only available in one color, Titanium Black, at this point. Though Jabra may begin offering it in more colors in the near future.

The Jabra Elite 65e are a pair of neckband earbuds, that do also offer up active noise cancellation, which is a great feature to have in this form factor. Active Noise Cancellation or ANC, can be toggled on/off, and with it on you'll get around eight hours of battery life. With ANC turned off, that jumps to around 13 hours of battery life. Jabra also says that these earbuds are IP54 rated, making it great for to use in the gym and while on a run. Jabra does back up that IP54 rating with a two-year warranty against damage from water and dust. Jabra does use three microphones for making calls, and making them crystal clear. It also offers background noise reduction, to go along with the active noise cancellation. Last but not least, Jabra does also have support for Amazon Alexa, Apple's Siri and Google Assistant, however this is done using the Bluetooth connection on your phone - so the assistant is going to depend on what phone is connected. But with it being a Bluetooth connection, it could be a bit slower responses from these assistants here.

These are available for pre-order now and launch later this month. They are going to be a very popular pair of headphones from Jabra, who is already pretty popular in the space. Jabra touts its great audio quality out of the Elite 65e's which also have a companion app for allowing you to adjust the equalizer on these headphones. So those that want to have deeper bass can indeed have some. You can pre-order your own pair of Jabra Elite 65e using the Amazon link down below.

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