New Delhi, May 22: Fond of listening to music on your mobile? Then this piece of good news is exclusively for you.
Jabra, a subsidiary of Denmark-based company GN Netcom that makes in-ear and on-ear audio wearables, started shipping its "Elite 85h" headphones on Wednesday.
Jabra is the only brand that offers only wireless headphones. With the Elite 85h - which expected to give tough competition to big brands like Bose and Sony - it is making an attempt to capture the premium end of the consumer wireless headphone market.
According to a statement from the company, the Elite 85h comes at a price of Rs 28,999, and the headset will be available for purchase on Amazon.in, Croma and Jabra authorised re-sellers in India from Saturday.
The headphones will be equipped with SmartSound Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that automatically adapts to the surroundings. They will provide single click access to voice assistants like Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri or Google Assistant.
"The 'Elite 85h' is a revolutionary headset that will change the way we experience sound and cope with noise in the future," Amitesh Punhani, Country Marketing Manager, India and Saarc, said.
The headphones have an extensive a battery back-up of 36-41 hours. They boast of a total of eight mics and 40 mm custom-engineered speakers.
Jabra's "Elite 85h" headphones will be available in black, titanium black, gold beige and navy colour variants.
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