Jabra Elite 45h wireless headphones with 40 hours battery life announced at CES 2020

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Jabra is considered to be a leader in personal sound and office solutions. We got a chance to test the Jabra EliteActive 65t and compare them with a bunch of other truly wireless earbuds like Nokia Truly Wireless, Apple Airpods 2, RHA True Connect and Samsung Galaxy Buds. You can read that here. Today Jabra has announced the new Elite 45h which are engineered to be the best-in-class on-ear wireless headphones.

The headphones are priced at just $99 (Rs.7,135) which makes them pretty competitive. The Elite 45h headphones are said to offer an incredible 40 hours battery life after a single charge. The large speakers are meant to deliver superior music experience. You can optimize your personal hearing experience with My Jabra. It is an innovative technology jointly developed by Jabra and sister company GN Hearing. 

Jabra Elite 45h: Features and Design 

The Jabra Elite 45h is perfect for those who listen to their favorite tracks on-the-go. The compact design of the headphones is meant to provide companionship even when you are on the move, thanks to the great battery life. You get 40 hours of non-stop music playback after a single charge. You can listen to music for 8 hours with just 15 minutes of charge. 

The Elite 45h weight just 6 ounces and a single fold allow the headphones to lay flat. This helps them to fit easily in your bags. For connectivity, you get Bluetooth 5.0 support. You can also active Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri on your device with a One-touch access feature. The Dual-microphone technology allows for crystal clear calls even when you are in a noisy environment. 

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