JBL Launches Earphones At CES 2018


JBL Launches Earphones At CES 2018

JBL, the audio equipment producer, has revealed its newest line up of wireless series at the CES 2018 with support for Google Assistant in Las Vegas, US. The firm has displayed Everest wireless headphones series that comprise 310GA, 710GA, and 110GA. In addition to this, the firm has also declared its new Reflect and Endurance in-ear series for sports earphone that comprises Sprint, Run, Dive, Jump, Reflect Contour 2, and Reflect Mini 2 in-ear wireless headphones.

The JBL Everest device can be linked to a tablet or smartphone through Bluetooth. With the support of Google Assistant, consumers will be allowed to take complete control of music with the assistance of voice commands and can also get alerts without seeing at their handsets. In order to link the devices with Google Assistant, consumers just require downloading the Assistant on their handsets and connecting the devices employing the sensors positioned on the ear-cups.

The JBL Everest series comes with own technology of Pro Audio Sound from the company and pledges to give 8–25 Hours of backup on a sole charge. The firm unveiled that the JBL Everest 310GA, Everest 710GA, and Everest 110GA will be obtainable through authorized site of the firm beginning the fall of 2018.

Conversely, the Reflect and Endurance in-ear series of sports earphone come with rating of IPX that turns the devices resistance to water. The earbuds of the headphones come with Twistlock technology for safety and are made employing comfort fit silicon material of FlexSoft, which guarantees they will not hurt or fall out of the consumer. They state to give on a single charge 8 Hours of music playback and the consumers can receive with just 10 Minutes of charging 1 Hour of playback. The costing of JBL Endurance series ranges from $19.99–89.99 and come in 5 color options.