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(Pocket-lint) — With CES 2022 in full swing (albeit with fewer in-person performances than usual), Jabra took the opportunity to reveal the Elite 4 Active Headphones, the latest in its lineup. True wireless workout headphones don’t. They cost a lot at all.
The main addition they boast over the latest generation of Elite Active headphones is Active Noise Canceling (ANC), which is supposed to help you stay more isolated and focused during workouts or races.
Designed explicitly with exercise in mind, the Elite 4 Active offers IP57 water and sweat resistance, ensuring they aren’t compromised when on the go, and ANC means Jabra has also included a scroll mode to allow you to hear the world around you more clearly for added safety.
There’s the customizable equalizer, which is always appreciated by those who like to tweak their sound balance, and the battery life is seven hours on a single charge, with a total of 28 hours available through the case.charging, which provides three additional charges.
Jabra would like to point out that the headphones work with Alexa, Spotify Tap, and Google Fast Pair on Android phones, which means calling and playing music should be faster than ever if your devices use these services.
The headphones are now available at €119/$119, which puts them at an attractive budget level for anyone hoping for new workout headphones.
Written by Max Freeman Mills. Originally Posted in .
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