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Jaybird Tarah wireless headphones come with waterproof design and a reasonable price

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Jaybird Tarah wireless headphones come with waterproof design and a reasonable price
If you dig the waterproof design of the sporty new Jaybird X4 wireless headphones, but want to spend less than $130, there’s an even newer, cheaper model of cord-cutting earbuds to consider from the Logitech subsidiary.

Acquired by the popular maker of PC and mobile peripherals back in 2016, Jaybird is putting the Tarah wireless sport headphones up for pre-order exclusively on its own website today. Priced at $99.99, which undercuts the BeatsX by a substantial 50 bucks, these lightweight, comfy, water and sweat-resistant earbuds are headed to stores across the US and Canada next month.

The Jaybird Tarah will be available in three nifty color combinations (Black/Flash, Nimbus Gray/Jade, and Solstice Blue/Glacier), the latter of which you’ll only be able to purchase from the company’s e-store and Best Buy.

Cosmetically similar to the X4, Tarah has to make do with around 6 hours of battery life between charges, compared to a solid 8. But fret not, bargain hunters, as the two wireless headsets share fast charging features, allowing the lower-cost variant to get one full hour of play time after a quick 10-minute power-up session.

Good for both music and phone calls, the Jaybird Tarah delivers “crisp, clear, and uncompromised” sound, with customizable EQ settings available in a dedicated app, and an outdoor-friendly design combining interchangeable silicone ear gels, adjustable cables, and IPX7 rating for underwater survival down to one meter for up to 30 minutes. That’s certainly not a bad list of features for $99.99.


source: Business Wire

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