JABRA, THE SOUND BRAND PEERS ADMIRE
There are certain businesses that their peers admire and in the consumer electronics market one of those brands is Jabra, for the simple reason that they are seen as a premium brand who have a pedigree wrapped around innovation and the development of micro component technology.
Whether it be in their consumer ear buds or corporate Bluetooth headphones the technology found in a Jabra product has been developed from the ground up by European engineers to deliver a unique audio experience.
Listening and sound innovation are two of the core ingredients found in this Danish Companies products for the simple reason that they have a unique history wrapped around developing cutting edge hearing aid and listening products.
Jabra was founded in Utah in 1983 by American entrepreneur Woody Norris and was originally named Norcom Electronics Corporation. From its inception, Norcom was engaged in the development of earradio and ear-microphone technologies.
In 2000, Jabra became the Jabra we know today when it was taken over by GN Netcom, a division of the Danish company GN Great Nordic, the latter having been founded in 1869 as the Great Northern Telegraph Company.
With over 140 years of experience in designing state-of-the-art communications solutions, GN Netcom delivered for Jabra an outstanding foundation of technical expertise, upon which they continued to build the Jabra name.
Since then Jabra has received numerous product and design awards, including the CES Innovation, the iF product design award, a Red Dot Mobile Choice Best Accessory, the T3 Gold award and CNET Editor’s Choice; to name a few.
A classic example is their new 85H noise cancelling headphones that deliver 36 hours of battery life with ANC switched on and 41 hours without ANC.
The Elite 85h won no fewer than 13 awards at CES 2019, along with numerous applauds from some of the world’s leading tech Journalists who tried them out.