By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : December 20, 2016 1:42 pm
Jabra Halo Free will be available through online as well as offline channels starting from today.
Jabra has added another member to its Halo series with the launch of Halo Free wireless headphones in India. Priced at Rs 3,499, Jabra Halo Free will be available through online as well as offline channels starting from today.
The company has termed the latest headphones as designed for busy lifestyles. The wireless headphones come with 3 EarGel sizes, 2 EarWing sizes and Earhook, which helps the headphones to stay in place. The device comes with a dedicated button which activates Siri or Google Now. Jabra Halo Free also reads out calendar notifications, emails, text message and social media posts, although this feature is only available for Android. There is an enhanced microphone which makes it easier for users to take calls.
Coming back to sound, they have a full-spectrum sound through its 10mm speaker drivers. Regarding the battery life, Jabra claims that the headphones can last up to 5 hours talk time. When not using, the wireless headsets sit comfortably on your neck and users can use it anytime according to their comfort. The headphones are dust and water resistant as well.
Commenting on the launch, Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra says, "The Halo range from Jabra has been designed with the busy lifestyle in mind. Superior sound is important for calls and music, and people don't want to switch devices to get a great experience for these different uses. This is especially important as they could also be switching between work and personal tasks minute by minute - the versatile fitting options and lock-in earbud design make this possible."
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