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Jabra has just announced their new Jabra Connect 5t wireless earbuds, the third product in their Connect series, joining the Connect 4h, a flexible headset, and the Jabra Connect 4s, a portable speakerphone. The Jabra Connect 5t brings the benefits of true wireless earbuds to the series and packs some impressive tech that’s aimed at supporting those of use who work from home.

Jabra’s Connect 5t comes with its Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation and wind noise suppression technology. The earbuds have a combination of inward-facing and outward-facing microphones, cancelling noise from inside and outside of the ear. The 6-mic call technology also mean your calls should come across loud and clear with the 6mm mic array in each earbud helping towards this. They also have SBC, AAC and Qualcomm aptX codec support built in as well.

Jabra Connect 5t | TheEffect.NetThe Connect 5t, based on the recently announced Elite 5 earbuds, also support Bluetooth Multipoint. For Android or Windows users, the Google Fast Pair and Microsoft Swift Pair will connect the earbuds to your device nice and quickly and, with Spotify Tap playback, the music streaming service is available with just a tap.

Battery life is said to be 7 hours in the earbuds, with up to a total of 28 hours with the included Qi-certified wireless charging case and pad. The fast charge feature gives users an hour of power in ten minutes.

“We all know the pains of having poor audio quality on calls or from being in a noisy environment. Our vision for the Jabra Connect line is guided by our desire for people to look and sound professional no matter where they are at home. Everyone should have the freedom and ability to work on the go, so the Connect 5t is a perfect addition to empower people,” says Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra.

Connect 5t Pricing & Availability

The Jabra Connect 5t will be available for £169.99 from select consumer electronics retailers, as well as via and Amazon.

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