Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

It's raining Harman Kardon and JBL speakers and headphones at CES 2018

It's raining Harman Kardon and JBL speakers and headphones at CES 2018

The JBL Everest 710GA, 310GA and 110GA are the ones which will now be available with Google Assistant.

All three Everest headphones share a couple of core features in common, though, including Bluetooth 4.1, JBL Pro audio optimization, JBL's ShareMe 2.0 wireless audio feature, and fast charging.

JBL has released four new separate endurance headphones, the Endurance Run, Sprint, Jump and Dive made for specific sporting endeavours.

Bose was one of the first companies to release Google Assistant-powered headphones past year with the QuietComfort 35 II, and now JBL is trying its own hand at this with three new headphone options coming in at prices for just about everyone. The best part of these headphones are that you have a powerful battery. The headphones are built with the IPX7 waterproof technology, Twistlock Technology and FlexSoft Comfort Fit silicon materials. These new headphones are claimed to arrive this spring in the U.S. Both the in-ear wireless headphones are IPX5 certified making the sweatproof.

JBL Endurance Dive includes the same features as Jump, but is designed for places where a smartphone can't go.

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The JBL Link View comes with a pretty modest design yet it still looks fairly stylish, and this is a testament to JBL's ability to design a good looking speaker of which it has done many times before now.

As previously mentioned, there are three models.

Speaking of pricing, the JBL Xtreme 2 will cost you $300, while the JBL Clip 3 and JBL GO 2 will retail for $60 and $40 respectively.

Because there's more to CES than smart toothbrushes and Wi-Fi-enabled refrigerators. JBL says the new shape takes its iconic carabiner to the next level, framing the entire perimeter of the speaker, and acting as a bumper. The Clip 3 has echo and noise-canceling, meaning this speaker can be used to make decent calls while paired to a phone.

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