On the 3rd of April, Jabra announced a new pair of earphones to land in their Evolve series with the Jabra Evolve 65e. Made for the hard-at-work professionals that are constantly on the go. The Evolve series is tailored towards the professionals by offering comfort, style and quality in a neat little package.

The new Evolve 65e while wireless does feature a neckband that is comfortable to wear even for long periods of time. If you’ve used truly wireless earbuds before, you might sometimes worry about them falling out and potentially be broken. With earbuds secured to a neckband, you will not have to worry about that. You also are free from the annoying wires of traditional earbuds. The earbuds of the 65e also come packaged with WingTips that will keep the buds secure inside your ears even when you are walking or running about.

The Jabra Evolve 65e

The Jabra Evolve 65e

The Evolve 65e comes in two versions. One that is UC-certified and one that is Skype for Business-certified. The UC stands for Unified Communications that according to Jabra is optimised for use with all UC vendors such as Cisco, Avaya and etc. This means that your calls on-the-go or sitting at your work desk will be crystal-clear. For the businesspersons that usually work in coffee shops or co-op working space, HearThrough technology along with built-in busylight could be a godsend. You can toggle the HearThrough technology via the Jabra Sound+ app to hear your surroundings and the built-in busy light could signal people to not disturb you when you are working. HearThrough also allows you to listen in to train announcements while listening to music, a definite advantage!

Packaged together with the earbuds is the Jabra Link 370 USB Bluetooth adapter that allows you to connect the earbuds to your laptop and your mobile phone at the same time. The earbuds are equipped with a wireless range of up to 30m with the adapter and 10m for mobile devices, you will always be connected. Jabra has also mentioned that the earbuds will last up to 13 hours of pure music, or 8 hours of constant meetings and calls.

The Jabra Evolve 65e will be available locally sometime in April 2019 and can be purchased from Jabra’s authorised business partner at https://trendcommtech.com/ and is priced at RM1,799. As mentioned, the Evolve 65e does come in two variants: One that is Skype for Business-certified and one that is UC-certified. Both are packaged with the Link 370 USB adapter.

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