Jabra Elite 4 launch as new TWS earbuds with ANC, Bluetooth Multipoint and aptX support
The latest TWS earbuds from Danish audio company Jabra are in truth a new version of its Elite 4 Actives that switch those "everyday sport" accessories' IP57 ingress-protection rating for IP55 "rain-proofing". Nevertheless, they still retain their series' ANC, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and 6mm drivers.
Jabra also still backs the Elite 4 buds to last up to 28 hours with the back-up from their USB type-C charging case, or 22 with ANC on. They also benefit from a mono mode (in which just 1 earbud can be used at a time), Google Fast Pair and Spotify Tap playback support.
The earbuds also boast Qualcomm's sought-after (according to Jabra, at least) aptX technology in addition to the SBC codec. However, they also have a new price of US$99.99/€99.99, and come in a new range of Navy Blue, Gray, Lilac and Light Beige color options.
The Elite 4 "essential earbuds" are available to buy from jabra.com from now.