Review Jabra Evolve 75e - Wireless Earbuds For Noisy Surroundings
With open offices and rising decibels in workspaces, headphones these days is probably one of the best ways to focus on work. Here is where Jabra Evolve 75e gets it right
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Jabra has been offering professional-level headsets for some time now. With Evolve 75e, it shrinks its technology down to simply the earbuds. With features like active noise cancellation and synchronization between laptop and mobile phone, Evolve 75e has some great features on offer, alas for a premium pricing.
In built-in Active Noise Cancellation
With open offices and rising decibels in workspaces, headphones these days is probably one of the best ways to focus on work. Here is where Jabra Evolve 75e gets it right. It offers professional level headphones in simple earbuds with great active noise cancellation technology. Priced at MRP Rs. 27,170.
Besides high definition sound, some of the other features are:
- UC certified
- Skype certified three-microphone which cuts out ambient noise cancellation technology
- Sweat & water resistant
- Certifications Skype for Business, Cisco, Avaya
- Works with Cortana, Skype and Siri
Supports 2 Bluetooth devices simultaneously
One of the high points of this device is it offers great synchronization between laptop and mobile. Suppose a call comes on your phone while you are watching a video on your laptop, the device does a good sync between the laptop and the phone.
Active Noise Cancellation
The active noise cancellation works well. In some of the noisiest environments, I tried including airport, cafes, it does a good job of cutting out external sounds.
Earbuds and Controls
The earbuds are pretty good. You could listen for hours without any discomfort. The controls are simple and easy. With just a press of a button, one is set to go.
I tried the normal headsets after trying out Evolve 75e listening to the same music. The difference was almost like switching to MW or SW radio quality sound quality after listening to CD quality sound. The same music yet such a vast difference between the quality of sound. It delivers rather well in the finesse in beats and music quality.
Battery life is of almost 14 hours with a charge time of 2 hours.
What’s not great
The premium pricing puts it out of the reach of a majority of consumers.
Neckband design is just about OK. It’s quite mundane. Being a premium product, Jabra would do well to innovate in this space too.
The Last Word
Should you buy it? If you are a connoisseur of good music and understand the difference between beats or if you work in a noisy environment this product is great. It’s also a great product for travellers who want to cut down on the noise. You get a professional level headset in simple earbuds with great features for a price though.
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