Jabra has added new wireless (TWS) earphones to its range. The Elite 4 it belongs to the more affordable category at a price of 99.99 euros, but at the same time, the list of features offered seems ample on paper: active noise cancellation (ANC), Qualcomm aptX codec support, and multi-device Bluetooth 5.2 connection are included. Strictly speaking, the Elite 4 is a new version of the Elite 4 Active already on the market, which abandons the IP57 protection and instead only provides IP55 rain resistance, but is therefore a little cheaper.
Behold the Jabra Elite 4 (source: Jabra)
The earphones, which fit into the ear canal, have 6 millimeter drivers, there is pressure equalization, and the active noise cancellation also uses the four microphones for transparent mode. The device can be controlled and set up via the Jabra Sound+ application, quick pairing is possible on Android and Windows systems, and Spotify Tap is a quick start for music playback.
The earphones are available in these four colors (source: Jabra) [+]
The earphones are 20.1 x 27.2 x 20.8 millimeters and weigh 4.6 grams, the carrying and charging case is 64.15 x 28.47 x 34.6 millimeters and 33.4 grams. The case can be charged via USB-C connector, the manufacturer promises a total of 28 hours of music playback without ANC, 22 hours with ANC. The earphones can play music for 7 hours, 5.5 hours with ANC, ten minutes in the case feeds enough energy into the earphones for an hour of playback.
Jabra Elite 4 communicates via Bluetooth 5.2 with SBC, AAC or aptX, can be paired with a total of six devices and can connect to two devices simultaneously.