Jabra PH unveils Elite 75t wireless earbuds

Personal sound and office solutions company Jabra unveils its fourth-generation wireless earbuds in the Philippines: Jabra Elite 75t, which promises longer battery life and comfortable fit.

The Jabra Elite 75t’s design is based on thousands of ear scans the company conducted during research. As a result, the latest model of its wireless earbuds features an optimal 3D size and shape that fits ears comfortably. It also has a 4-microphone call technology, which is enhanced with Jabra’s latest noise and wind reducing algorithms.

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“We are excited to introduce the most comfortable and long-lasting addition to our award-winning Elite range of true wireless earbuds in the Philippines. It is a result of our dedication to listening and catering to changing customer needs for an elevated and truly wireless earbud experience. On top of delivering premium sound, the Elite 75t delivers smaller, better fitting earbuds with longer battery life,” said Gladee Manantan, Country Sales Manager, Consumer for Jabra.

Battery life and connectivity

In terms of usage time, the Jabra Elite 75t offers up to 28 hours of battery life with the charging case and 7.5 hours without. Its fast charging feature offers one hour of playback time from only 15 minutes of charging.

Jabra Elite 75t Black

Jabra Elite 75t Titanium Black is now available at P9,999 (around $197)

The Bluetooth 5.0 allows users to seamlessly connect the Jabra Elite 75t to their smartphones.

The Jabra Sound+ app allows users to choose their voice assistant, customize their music profile with the equalizer, modify how much nearby noise they want to hear (HearThrough), adjust their calls experience, keep track of battery charge, and much more.

The Jabra Elite 75t Titanium Black is now available at P9,999 (around $197) from authorized Jabra retail partners. The Jabra Elite Active 75t retails for P10,999 (around $217). The Jabra Elite 75t Gold Beige variant will be introduced within the first quarter of the year.