Jabra Elite 4 officially announced. This TWS is the successor to the Elite 3 with a suite of features optimized for listening to music and supporting a hybrid work style.
Jabra Elite 4 specifications
In the connectivity sector, Elite 4 now supports Bluetooth Multipoint connections. This means that TWS can connect to two devices at the same time. This connectivity also allows for seamless and nearly seamless switching of devices. So, it can be directly connected to laptops and smartphones to accompany you to work. The Bluetooth Multipoint feature is what differentiates the Elite 4 from the previous Elite 3.
In addition, to connect to other devices, Elite 4 also supports the Fast Pair feature which is compatible with Android devices and Swift Pair for devices running the Windows 10 operating system. Both of these features allow for a very short connection time.
Elite 4 is also equipped with an active noise cancellation feature or ANC (Active Noise Cancelation). For TWS sound reproduction, it carries a powerful 6mm driver. Sound output can also be optimized via the Sound+ app with the EQ setting feature on a smartphone.
To support voice calls the Elite 4 brings four integrated microphones. Supported by Crystal Clear Sound technology, users can make voice calls with clearer and clearer quality.
Another feature Elite 4 has been designed to be dust and water resistant with an IP55 rating. So, no need to worry when used in uncertain weather conditions. Elite 4 also features a Mono mode for using only one earbud module and supports the Spotify Tap Playback feature to play playlists on Spotify more quickly.
In the Elite 4 battery sector, it offers up to 5.5 hours of usage time. With the help of the protective case the total usage time can be up to 22 hours. If you don’t use the ANC feature, the total usage time is around 28 hours. More than enough to accompany your productivity all day.
Jabra Elite 4 price
Elite 4 is now available and priced at US$99.99.