Mobile World Congress,BARCELONA – Audio accessories maker Jabra launched five new headphones at the MWC 2013, some tailored to counter the threat from Beats.
All these headphones come in different price categories and have different features according to the requirements of customers.
The first one in this lineup is the Jabra Revo, intended for hardcore music lovers who prefer continuous usage for several hours. It’s an on-ear headphone that is built with an aluminium frame, steel hinges and shatter-proof headband tested to the brink of destruction; while the sound has been perfected in partnership with Dolby, therefore Jabra advises users to run the Jabra Sound app when listening to music. This accessory also has a jack of its own, so another set of headphones can be connected to it, in order to share music with friends.
A wireless version of the Jabra Revo was also unveiled, it brings NFC pairing and touch controls. The wired version costs about $200, while the wireless Revo costs $50 extra.
The next one to be launched is the Jabra Vox, an in-ear headphone that is a durable headset that promises enhanced comfort and performance, thanks to its custom-made EarGels, in-line music controls, tangle-free cords and magnetized earbuds. It comes with a price tag of $100.
The Jabra Play is another in-earphone with multi-device connectivity and a wireless control unit, priced around 60 Euros.
The last one in this line-up is the in-earphones Jabra Tag, which comes with FM radio, a wireless control unit and is priced about 70 Euros.