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Jabra Launches Three New Audio Peripherals For the Masses

By Daniel Goh - on 13 Apr 2013, 1:08am

Jabra Launches Three New Audio Peripherals For the Masses

In conjunction with PIKOM’s first PC Fair of the year, Jabra launched three new audio peripherals: Jabra Revo Corded, Jabra Vox, as well as the Jabra Revo Wireless, which is hailed as the world’s first Bluetooth headphones to feature Dolby Digital Plus technology.

The Jabra Revo Wireless

Both the corded and wireless versions of the Revo headphones come with a cool feature that will allow you to control the volume and playback of your songs right on the earcups for maximum convenience.

In addition to combining state-of-the-art design with excellent sound quality, these audio options are incredibly durable, in that they passed Jabra’s stringent testing to bend 10,000 times, fold 3,500 times and drop tested from up to 2 meters.

“As users increasingly turn their mobile devices: smartphones, tablets or phablets for their daily doses of music, Jabra’s latest range of music headphones deliver excellent audio quality with Dolby Digital Plus technology together with the Jabra Sound App for Android and iOS devices,” commented Ann Goh, Jabra Sales Director, South Asia, Consumer Solutions Division who was also present at the event.

Even pseudo PSY and Lady Gaga made an appearance for the launch.

The Jabra Revo Wireless is priced at RM1,099, with the Jabra Revo Corded and Jabra Vox retailing at RM699 and RM379, respectively.

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