JBL C100TWS truly wireless earbuds launched in India, priced at Rs 3,999

JBL C100TWS

“The new JBL C100TWS wireless earbuds come with Pure Bass Sound technology and connect via Bluetooth 5.0 with Auto-Connect support”

JBL C100TWS wireless earbuds have been launched in India. The earbuds come with hands-free stereo calling, ergonomically designed ear tips and feature a 5.88mm driver for the immersive Bass audio experience. The JBL C100TWS wireless earbuds are claimed to last up to 17 hours of combined usage (5 hours of playback for earbuds and 12 hours for charging case) and thanks to the fast-charging support, 15 minutes charge can last up to an hour.

JBL C100TWS
JBL C100TWS comes with 20Hz-20kHz frequency range, microphone sensitivity of 40 dBV/Pa, and 32ohm impedance.

These come with intuitive and handy controls that are placed on each earpiece, including the one-click access to Siri and Google Now. The new JBL C100TWS wireless earbuds come with Pure Bass Sound technology and connect via Bluetooth 5.0 with Auto-Connect support. It comes with 20Hz-20kHz frequency range, microphone sensitivity of 40 dBV/Pa, and 32ohm impedance. The earbuds weigh 58 grams. The JBL C100TWS is priced at Rs 7,999 and will be available in Black and White colours via JBL website and Flipkart starting from December 12th. However, as an introductory offer, the company is offering them at Rs 3,999.

Vikram Kher, Vice-President, Lifestyle Audio, HARMAN India, said, “The new JBL C100TWS is unique because of its ‘tuned for India’ detailing that comes loaded with Pure Bass Sound our consumers truly enjoy. The true wireless revolution has officially landed in the country, and these powerful, stylish and comfortable headphones will take it to the next level.  Completely free from wires and easy to use, we are excited to introduce JBL C100TWS as the perfect companion for calls, music and an active lifestyle.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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