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SME Times News Bureau | 05 Dec, 2017
Denmark-based Jabra, a subsidiary of GN Netcom that makes in-ear and on-ear audio wearables, on Tuesday launched "Jabra Elite 25e" headphones for Rs 3,999.
The headphones allow for seamlessly switching between calls and music throughout the day with upto 18 hours of battery time.
"No product currently delivers this level of battery life and experience for the Jabra 'Elite 25e's price point," Calum MacDougall, Senior Vice President at Jabra, said in a statement.
The wind and water-resistant device has a dedicated Apple Siri and Google Now button.
The new eargel design allows for a more secure and comfortable fit with less audio leakage.
The headphones can connect upto eight devices via Bluetooth and two at the same time with "Multiuse" feature.
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