JLab’s Go Work Pop cans boast multipoint connectivity features and many more as well as 50hr playtime and they are reportedly aimed and crafted for hybrid office workers.
JLab’s Go Work Pop Cans Boast Multipoint Connectivity Features and Many More
JLab has just recently built a really decent rep for affordable on-the-go audio, with a succession of some really rugged and solid earbuds that includes the most recent five-star JLab Air Pop.
But now, this likable headphone specialist’s got its sights set on those of us chained to our desks.
The new GO Work Pop Bluetooth 5.3 headset from the company(JLab) is aimed squarely at hybrid office workers and it sports a noise-canceling boom mic, a super long-life battery as well as a lightweight that is designed for prolonged wearing.
The company claims that the reported headsets can last for up to 50+ hours of playtime which as you should know is conveniently long enough to last a whole working week just before it gets to need a topping up through a USB-C charging port.
JLab’s Go Work Pop Cans Specs and Features
With this beast, you get two onboard EQ settings as well, with one turned for music while the other one for work which attenuates voice frequencies, with the headset mic smoothly and neatly rotating up as well as out of the way in regards to when you are off-duty.
Handily, this headphone can connect to over one device at once, all without having to touch any form of settings on it, all thanks to Bluetooth 5.3 multipoint tech, thus meaning that you can switch to some chilled ambient jazz on your phone after that stress-inducing Zoom call on your laptop quickly and seamlessly.
The cans as you should know boast 40mm dynamic neodymium magnet drivers, plus fabric Cloud Foam Earcups that the company claims can be worn all through a full working day with no reported strain on the user.
JLab’s Go Work Pop Cans Price and Availability
JLab’s Go Work Pop cans are available in Black, Teal, or Lilac colorways, the Go Work Pop’s are now available now for £39.99 / $39.99 from JLab’s website.
And whether or not the Go Work Pop’s sonic chops will be up to the hype, even in this wallet-friendly price range, still remains to be seen. But we would dearly love to hear them out. And whichever way they may sound, that’s some serious stamina for this money.
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