Jabra launches new Elite 85t earbuds
One of the smallest earbuds that offers Advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)TM, the Elite 85t is built on Jabra’s innovative track record and does not compromise on discreet design, the user’s comfort, the overall quality of calls or music experience. “At Jabra, we engineer products for purpose and today we are proud to show that our commitment to ANC is no exception. Our users today are looking for great things in small packages, so we are thrilled to offer the Jabra Elite 85t which sports our best-in-class ANC in a very compact and sleek design,” states René Svendsen-Tune, CEO at Jabra. “We are also excited to take our current Jabra users on the ANC journey with us with a free upgrade from their existing Elite 75t products—leading the charge as the first global brand to execute this over-the-air update. For us, ANC now means ‘Accept No Compromise’!” he proudly announced. Elite 85t with Jabra Advanced ANCTM The Jabra Elite 85t is engineered to defy the boundaries of how much noise can be removed in a set of true wireless earbuds. Featuring Jabra’s most advanced and powerful ANC technology, its dual chipset delivers strong ANC capability as well as optimal sound processing. Users can create their own private, quiet space and fully control what they hear in their surroundings through HearThrough (Jabra’s transparency mode). The flexibility of the Jabra Advanced ANC goes beyond an on/off solution as it is adjustable with a dual slider from full ANC to full HearThrough, and anywhere in between—enabling Jabra Elite 85t to offer a more personalized experience that puts the user in control of their surroundings. Optimal call quality The new Jabra Elite 85t earbuds bring outstanding call quality for both the user and the person on the other end, with the 6-mic technology (three on each ear, two on the outside, one on the inside). Improved wind noise protection enables great calls anywhere. Microphones inside and outside the earbuds deliver improved noise cancellation, filtering out more noise across all frequencies.