Denmark-based GN Audio subsidiary seeks to sell 4K units of its 4th-generation Jabra Elite 75t wireless earbuds this 2020. In the Makati City on Tuesday, Gladee Manantan, Jabra Philippine of Jabra Country Sales Manager, told The Manila Times that the audio company is expecting to sell 1,000 units every quarter this year.
An Airpod rival favorite, its battery life lasts longer than its predecessor 65t, which has increased by 50%, having 7.5 hours of battery life, charged from USB-C. They’re also smaller, equating to its comfortability in a wider range of ears.
The Active version of its product, The Jabra Active Elite 75t, on the other hand, is designed for people with an- you guesed it- active lifestyle, announced Jabra, with it being water/sweat-proof.
“We are banking on the success of the Elite 75t, and we see that there are a lot of sell out from our channels on 75t,” she said, pertaining to their previous model of the new product.
“We are looking at the same success for the 75t and even higher because of the improved experience for the product,” she added. Elite 75t “delivers smaller, better-fitting earbuds with [a] longer battery life.”
The Titanium Black model is available in stores that costs PHP 9,999, while its Gold Beige variant will be available around the first quarter of 2020. The Jabra Active Elite 75t is priced at PHP 10,999, available sometime in the 2nd quarter this year.