Jabra has announced that its latest TWS earbuds, the Evolve2 Buds, are now available in Malaysia. The device is marketed for professionals who practise hybrid working, with strong emphasis on its multi-device and switching support, active noise cancelling (ANC), as well as calling capabilities.
The new Evolve2 Buds sports the familiar Jabra in-ear TWS design language, similar to the brand’s Elite product range. The earbuds themselves feature touch-based controls, swappable silicone eargels (available in large, medium and small sizes), rated at IP57 in terms of dust and water resistance, and are only offered in a single colour option: black.
Under the hood of each bud are 6mm drivers, and a total of six microphones (two of which are bone conduction sensors). On top of offering high-quality voice calls, the onboard microphones also make up the Evolve2 Buds’ ANC system, which comes with wind reduction and HearThrough functionalities. Besides that, the Evolve2 Buds includes Bluetooth 5.2 and UC wireless connectivity, as well as multi-pairing that supports up to eight compatible devices and up to two simultaneous Bluetooth connections. You can even choose to only use one side of the device for calls and so on, while the other is stored in the case.
Jabra says the new earbuds are capable of lasting up to 8 hours with ANC, 10 hours with ANC off, and a combined total of 33 hours when using the additional charges via the accompanying case. Speaking of which, the included charging case houses an integrated USB-C UC adapter, and can be charged via USB-C or a Qi wireless charger. When charged through wired means, Jabra says the case takes up to 120 minutes to fully top-up its battery capacity to 100%.
The Jabra Evolve2 Buds is available now via the brand’s authorised online and physical retailers in Malaysia. Price starts from RM 1,640 for the standard option, and RM 1,860 when paired together with a wireless charging pad.
(Source: Jabra [official website])
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