Jabra tunes in new Rox wireless earbuds
Jabra this week announced a new pair of wireless earbuds which are expected to go on sale in early December. Called Rox, their design is based around in-ear monitors used by musicians. Details include a rugged form factor which can withstand water and dust as well as stainless steel materials. Although they may initially be offered at Apple Stores, these come equipped with NFC connectivity options, something more commonly tied to Android devices.
- Simple Pairing: Able to connect wirelessly either via Bluetooth® or tap to pair using NFC.
- Rugged Design: IP52 certified, protecting against dust and water, so it fits an active lifestyle
- Intelligent Power-Saving: The earbuds have exclusive built-in power-saving magnets. Simply clip the earbuds together and the magnets will automatically activate power-saving mode
- Long Playback Time: They have a playback time of up to 5.5 hours, as well as in-line controls so users can keep their phone in their pocket.
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