Jabra is launching two new products at CES 2020. Just as it did with their predecessors, the company is following up on the well-received Elite 75t true wireless earbuds with a fitness-focused “Active” version. Coming in February, the Elite Active 75t will feature “a durable coating for dust and sweat resistance” and bump up the water / sweat resistance to IP57. (The standard Elite 75t earbuds have a rating of IP55, making them fine for occasional rain and light workouts, but they’re not necessarily cut out for heavy sweat.) Battery life is identical to the standard model: 7.5 hours on a single charge and a total of 28 hours when you factor in the case.
The Elite Active 75t earbuds cost $199 compared to the standard $179.99. If you…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts