by Drishti Patel September 01, 2016

Leaving us amazed, JAYS is finally set to enter the wireless headphone competition with its first ever Bluetooth headphone, u-JAYS Wireless launching by the end of 2016, an extension to the u-JAYS series. With the rumors about  Apple replacing the 3.5 mm jack in the iPhone 7, it couldn't be a more apt time for the launch of u-JAYS Wireless. The u-JAYS, wired version is not only applauded, but is also popular amid the audiophiles. The new wireless headphone is crafted with emphasis on quality and attention to meticulous details. JAYS has been creating amazing headphones to fulfill the company's vision of serving the world with high quality audio and competitive prices. 

The Bluetooth headphone, u-JAYS connects easily to your device giving you freedom from the tangled cables with 25+ hours of playback of your favorite songs. The user-friendly full-feature touch controls makes it easier to swipe through the songs and a lock,that would avoid any disruption.

"The market is transforming and wireless was the natural next step for us. We are happy to present u-JAYS Wireless and believe that we have created an outstanding wireless experience, and look forward to see the customer response" says CEO Rune Torbjörnsen.

JAYS - u-JAYS WIRELESS

u-JAYS Bluetooth headphone is currently in pre-production and is expected to ship by the end of the year. u-JAYS Wireless will be available in combinations of black or white and silver or gold just like wired headphone just like its predecessor. JAYS is all set to put foot in the wireless headphone market, and we couldn't be more eager to experience the u-JAYS wireless. Also, in the meantime we wonder if other brands will also follow JAYSlead and would want to explore the wieless market.


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