“The Jabra Evolve 65e provides up to 13 hours of battery life on a single charge and features UC certification”
Jabra has announced the all new Evolve 65e wireless neckband earbuds in India. These are lightweight earbuds that have received Skype for Business certification, which means that you can use them for work calls. The company states that the earbuds provide professional sound quality thanks to the UC certification and large drivers. The earbuds are aimed at professionals who like to work on the move.
According to Jabra, the Evolve 65e can provide up to 13 hours of music playback and eight hours of talk time. It features 12mm dynamic drivers with passive noise-cancellation via the sealed ear-gels. The earbuds also come with the HearThrough feature that allows users to listen to their surroundings. Apart from the Skype for Business certification, the Evolve 65e also feature Cisco, Avaya, Unify and other certifications.
Jabra ships the earbuds with the Link 370 Bluetooth adapter. You can use this to connect to your laptop or your PC and your smartphone, at the same time. The earbuds offer a wireless range of 30m when connected to a PC/ laptop. For smartphones, this range drops to 10 meters. The in-line control has a single button that acts as the Mute button and can also be used to invoke the Google Assistant or Siri. It also features a do-not-disturb light that can be enabled if you don’t want to be disturbed. Not sure if people will actually notice it though.
The earbuds have received the Skype for Business and UC certification thanks to the inclusion of four microphones. Both earbuds have one microphone each and two others are located in the microphone box/in-line control unit. The earbuds weigh just 36 grams and come with multiple sizes of ear-gels and ear-wings for the perfect fit. You can also use the Jabra Sound+ app to customise the call/music experience and update software.
The Jabra Evolve 65e is priced at Rs 20,320, which is quite a lot of money for wireless earbuds. However, potential customers will most likely be buying this for the UC-certification and Skype for Business. Of course, you can also expect great sound quality from the earbuds. It will be available for purchase online starting next month.