Jabra makes their mark in 2020 with the introduction of the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds. They succeed the Jabra Elite 65t, which was a heftier device.
Size and fit is what Jabra focuses on this time around with the Elite 75t – the Danish company claims that these buds are deigned with varying ear shapes in mind, and is achieved via multiple tests and simulations to achieve the optimal shape. It’s also built with IP 55-rated dust and water resistance.
When it comes to taking calls, the Elite 75t is packed with four microphones for voice clarity. The HearThrough feature allows you to hear your environment should you need to. It also features a capacitive button on the side that lets you activate Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa.
Other software features like MyControl and MySound – however, these will be added on via OTA updates in Q2 this year. The MyControl feature lets you wear either side of the earbud with fully functioning music playback and calls.
MySound is a personalization feature that lets you calibrate your hearing level, via the Jabra Sound+ app. From there, your audio will be customized based on your hearing level.
In terms of battery life, Jabra claims that this offers 90% more power than its successor – you’ll get up to 7.5 hours of listening time, with the charging case, you can get up to 28 hours of battery life.
The Jabra Elite 75t is priced at RM949 and is currently available in Titanium Black; the Gold/Beige variant will be available this March. Visit Jabra’s website here for more information or purchase them at official retailers including Harvey Norman, All IT Hyoermarket, or even Jabra’s LazMall page.