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Jabra's newest wireless earbuds promise better sound and voice control

They also offer touch support for Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
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Apple's AirPods aren't the only truly wireless earbuds out there. In fact, Jabra is releasing the third generation of its own take on the technology: the Elite 65t and Elite Active 65t wireless earbuds. In addition to these two new models, Jabra is showing off a wired pair of Bluetooth earbuds, the Elite 45e, at CES this week.

Gallery: Jabra Elite 65t, Active 65t and Elite 45e earbuds` | 6 Photos

The Elite 65t includes one-touch access to Siri, Google Now and Amazon Alexa, and promises up to five hours of listening time. That figure bumps to 15 hours total thanks to the included charging cradle. There's a built-in microphone for calls and voice commands with the Jabra Sound+ app handling any EQ tweaks. They'll come in three color combos: Titanium Black, Copper Black and Gold Beige.

The Elite Active 65t model has all of the same features, but adds a special coating to keep them in your ears while you're working out, an integrated accelerometer for use with the Jabra fitness app, and an IP56 sweat, water and dust resistance. That comes in Copper Blue and Copper Red.

The Elite 65t will be available for pre-order at Best Buy starting tomorrow, January 8th. The Elite 65t costs $170 while the Elite Active version is $190; the former will ship next month. Jabra also has new Elite 45e wired Bluetooth headphones priced at $100. They come with a soft neckband with a memory wire and pack in a microphone for use in voice calls. However, there's no word just yet on when those will arrive.

Click here to catch up on the latest news from CES 2018.

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