Jabra is a company that some of you might be familiar with when it comes to audio products, and if you are a fan of their offerings or are simply in the market for a new set of headphones, the company has recently announced its latest headphones in the form of the Jabra Elite 65e. These are a pair of wireless behind-the-neck earbuds with built-in active noise cancellation.

These days wireless earbuds are starting to become more common than ever, thanks largely to smartphone makers who are slowly starting to ditch the headphone jack on their phones. This means that customers who buy some of the newer models means that they’ll have to start looking for wireless headphones if they don’t want to have to deal with dongles.

With the Elite 65e, Jabra is bringing active noise cancellation to its earbuds and are also boasting higher-quality voice calls thanks to its built-in three-mic array. Jabra is also promising that users will get as much as 8 hours worth of battery life, and will also feature IP54 certification meaning that it will be both dust and water resistant.

They will pair with your device over a Bluetooth 5.0 connection and will be available this April. However they will not come cheap as they will be priced at $199, but we suppose if you need the noise cancellation feature and also the IP54 rating, then perhaps its price could be justified.

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