At CE Week 2017 this week, Jabra unveiled the latest version of their Elite Sport wireless earbuds, which were originally launched last year as the company’s first truly wireless earbuds.

The new version that they unveiled today comes with a range of new upgrades, particularly in the battery department, which now has 50 percent more battery power than its predecessor, without increasing the weight or depth of the earbud.

Now that’s pretty impressive.

With this upgrade, the earbuds can now deliver audio for up to 4.5 hours after a single charge. That battery life can even be increased with the use of the earbuds’ portable charging case, which adds a total of 13.5 hours of battery life on top.

But there is more to the upgrade than just the battery.

The new version of the earbuds also come with new equalizer profiles that allow users to personalise how they listen to music.

Oh, and they can now be purchased in both grey and green.

They also feature all of the specs of the previous version with water resistance in up to 3 feet of water for 30 minutes, an in-built heart rate monitor, audio passthrough, and personalised audio coaching for workouts.

They can also be controlled and managed via Jabra’s companioJabra Jaabra Sport Life.

You can pick up the new Jabra Elite Sport headphones from Jabra’s website for $249.99.

We don’t know about pricing for other regions just yet, but you can find out more about them at the source link below.

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