Jabras new neckband headphones deliver up to 18 hours of battery life
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Today at IFA 2017, Jabra announced the launch of its Elite 25e in-ear stereo neckband headphones. Like some of its other recently debuted headphone products, the Elite 25e prioritizes battery life, promising up to a whopping 18 hours of talk and music use, and 22 days of standby time.
Beyond the impressive battery, the new Elite 25e has a wind-protected mic and is IP54 rated, making it also water-resistant. It connects with up to eight devices via Bluetooth and allows for two connections at the same time; so you could, say, flip between listening to music and answering a call without dropping either. Theres also a dedicated voice control button that gives one-touch access to Siri and Google. All this means the headset is built to keep…