Jabra Elite 65t Wireless Earbuds With Amazon Alexa Integration Launched in India

Jabra Elite 65t Wireless Earbuds With Amazon Alexa Integration Launched in India

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Elite 65t available at Amazon, Croma, and all Jabra authorised resellers
  • Copper Black and Gold Beige colour models will be available in April
  • Elite 65t delivers better performance than the Elite Sport, says Jabra

Jabra has launched its Elite 65t wireless earbuds in India, priced at Rs. 12,999. The earbuds are currently available via offline retail stores like Croma and other Jabra authorised resellers, as well as online through Amazon India. The biggest highlight of the Elite 65t is its ability to provide a consistently stable wireless connection for up to 15 hours of battery life.

The new earbuds have focused on voice audio quality for calls and provide wireless music, the company claims. The earbuds have a four-microphone solution, which combined with an optimised acoustic chamber enables advanced noise suppression and voice enhancement for every type of environment. The earbuds also allow music to be personalised using a music equaliser, which can be accessed from the Jabra Sound+ companion app. The Jabra Elite 65t sports a lightweight design for long-term comfort and five hours of listening time in one charge. Jabra claims that the Elite 65t delivers better performance than the Jabra Elite Sport.

The Jabra Elite 65t earbuds are available in the Titanium Black colour variant, but the Copper Black and Gold Beige colour models will be available in April.

When it comes to voice-assistant integration, the Jabra Elite 65t allows voice support for all major voice services, now including Amazon Alexa. Jabra is among the first companies to enable this feature, providing customers with access to Alexa directly from the earbuds, the company said. With Alexa, users can ask to play music, hear the news, check the weather, control smart home devices, and much more.

“With Jabra’s earbuds and Alexa, customers can ask Alexa thousands of things while on-the-go,” said Pete Thompson, Vice President, Amazon Alexa. “Customers can find and play music while on a run, check the news on their commute, manage their to-do list, and more, simply by asking Alexa.”

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