Technology Has No End: JBL Water Resistant Bluetooth Speakers
JBL Water Resistant Bluetooth Speakers: JBL made a few interesting announcements at CES 2018. The sound company announced a new selection of headphones that have the Google Assistant built; besides this, in addition, it announced a new selection of water-resistant wireless Bluetooth speakers, because of a refresh of its own present mobile speaker lineup.
This past year, Bose established an upgraded version of its noise-canceling cans, and the Bose QC35 II using Google Assistant service built. Currently, JBL has upgraded its headset line and announced three new Bluetooth headphones using the Assistant performance. These will be the JBL Everest 310GA on-ear cans, JBL Everest 710GA around-ear cans, as well as also the JBL Everest 110GA in-ear headset.
Prices begin from $249.95 for its around-ears, then $199.95 for its on-ears, and ultimately $99.95 for its in-ears, or about Rs. 16,000, respectively Rs. 12,750, and Rs. 6,500 respectively. Listeners can control the quantity, accessibility meetings, and events, or restrain monitors through voice commands through Google Assistant.
Apart from that, JBL also declared a refresh of its own Bluetooth speaker with brand new upgrades being the JBL Xtreme 2, the JBL Clip 3, and also the JBL Move 2. All 3 new speakers arrive with water resistance and therefore are IPX7 certified, meaning they can resist up to half an hour at a depth of 3.3 feet.
That is roughly Rs. 19,000, Rs. 3,850, and Rs. 2,500 per; although naturally, the real costs in India will probably be greater as this is but an immediate conversion of their dollar value.