JBL has officially unveiled the Tour Pro 2, a TWS wireless earphone with adaptive noise cancellation and a display built into the charging case.
The 1.45-inch screen allows you to control the headphones without touching them or your phone: you can use it to control sound settings, receive incoming calls on your smartphone, adjust the playback volume, and view notifications from social networks and messages.
The manufacturer notes that the display is a full-fledged working assistant. It will be especially useful for people who do not use smart watches or do not keep their phone always at hand.
The headphones feature 10mm drivers, a big upgrade over the 6.8mm drivers in the previous generation Tour Pro Plus. Tour Pro 2 also received six microphones and supports Bluetooth 5.3 interface.
Taking into account the powerful battery in the case, the headphones can work autonomously for up to 40 hours, and the “plugs” themselves can withstand up to 10 hours without recharging.
JBL Tour Pro 2 is already available for order for $249 (≈15,000 rubles), but so far only in the US.
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