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Jabra Elite 85h With AI Powered Active Noise Cancellation Launched For Rs 28,999

In the recent past, we have seen how the market is being flooded with noise-canceling earphones. Jabra has joined the noise-canceling headphone bandwagon in India by launching Jabra Elite 85h wireless Active Noise Cancellation. Priced at Rs 28,999, the Elite 85h will start selling on Amazon, Croma, and other resellers starting from May 25th.

The Jabra 85h is a premium offering that comes laden with technology. The wireless headphones can be charged via a Type-C USB port and are rated to offer a battery life of 36 hours with noise cancellation switched on. On the hardware front, the headphone comes equipped with eight microphones, out of which four are dedicated for calls while two are meant for noise cancellation. The remaining two microphones serve both the purposes.

“audEERINGs AI based audio context intelligence technology empowers the new Elite 85h headphones by Jabra to deliver the best call and music experience on the market. Users can be sure to get the most sophisticated product there is with reliable and innovative AI technology made in Germany,” Dagmer Schuller, CEO at audEERING commented at the launch.

The Jabra 85h is available in Black, Titanium Black, Gold Beige and Navy colours. Connectivity options include a 3.5mm audio jack and Bluetooth 5.0. Jabra claims that SmartSound technology is designed to automatically adapt to the sound while canceling the noise. In other words, the Smart Sound technology can detect more than 6,000 unique sound characteristics and adapt audio output which is specific for each context.

Interestingly the AI based SmartSound will deliver a consistent audio experience in Public, Commute or In Private. The Jabra Sound+ app can be asked to remember your preferred setting for a particular situation. Furthermore, the app can also be used in tandem with Google Voice Assistant, Siri, and Alexa. The Jabra 85h comes with IP52 dust and rain resistance alongside a 2-year warranty for the same.

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