Jabra’s new Elite 4 Active introduced the Galaxy Buds 2 with ANC at an affordable price
Jabra will be adding to the revamped line of wireless earbuds with the new Elite 4 Active. The new earbuds were announced at CES 2022 and offer gym-goers an affordable alternative to the more expensive Jabra Elite 7 Active.
These new earbuds feature a design language similar to Jabra's latest offerings, which are some of the best wireless earbuds available. Beyond the looks, the new Elite 4 Active is similar to the more popular alternatives, such as the introduction of an active sound barrier, something you won't find on the cheapest Elite 3 earbuds.
It also has an IP57 rating for water and dust resistance, so you can be sure that they will survive with intense, sweaty activity.
However, there are some specific discounts to help bring the price down. For example, battery life is estimated at seven hours per charge, with a total of 28 hours in the case of charge. There is only a four - mic series for calls, so quality will not be as good as the Elite 7 series.
However, you will find some great features like Jabra's impressive HearThrough so you can get to know what's around you. The earbuds support Google pairing, Alexa based, and Spotify Tap. You can also use earbud in mono mode.
The new Jabra Elite 4 Active is now available for just $ 120, about $ 30 less than the launch price of the Galaxy Buds 2. They come in mint navy blue, black and white. aotrom.
Keeping the sound out
Jabra Elite 4 Active
Peace of mind while you work
The new Jabra Elite 4 Active will bring key features to a lower price point. These earbuds feature a tight, ergonomic design to keep them gym ready, and ANC keeps the sounds out and music in.