Whether you have a phone in your hand, a smartwatch on your wrist or headphones in your ears – in 2023 we wear more tech than ever before. Technology has become a necessity, but it’s time to level up necessity to luxury. ‘Tech-cessories’ should make the same statement as a patterned suit, watch or colourful socks – and it starts with advanced audio engineered earbuds.

Jabra has reinvented true wireless technology with their Elite 7 Pro earbuds, and whoever said big things comes in small packages must have been referring to the Elite 7 Pros.

The Elite 7 Pro earbuds are 16% smaller than their previous top-of-the-line model and exceptionally lightweight at just 5.4g each, making the silhouette sleek and minimalistic. With a range of colours to choose from, users can choose an Elite 7 Pro ‘tech-cessory’ to match their personality type and keep up with their lifestyle.

The Elite 7 Pro also feature:

  • Advanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)
  • MultiSensor Voice technology (bone conduction) for revolutionary calls
  • 6 microphones, 4 mics used for bone conduction sensors
  • Rainproof durability and dust resistant
  • Battery life: Up to 8 hours, 30 with the case

As someone who demands a lot from audio on the go, I’m super keen to try these out and see if they deliver what they promise; I’ve tried an awful lot of earbuds and with few exceptions wound up relatively disappointed.

My go-to for the office has been the Jabra Evolve2 75 which I reviewed last year and absolutely loved, but my go-to buds at the moment are from LG, so let’s see in a couple of weeks how Jabra’s new earbuds stack up.

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    It’d be nice if the manufacturers would release versions of earbuds like these, designed without ANC, so that folks who cannot use ANC due to it causing headaches and other issues, can get access to current mobile audio options.