Ok Google, Tell Me More About My JBL Everest Headphones

A good pair of headphones is hard to find, but if you’re tired of searching, then you might want to check out JBL’s recently updated Everest series. Sporting three different models, the JBL Everest collection (710GA, 310GA, and 110GA) are made with different wearers in mind, depending on if you like around ear, on-ear, and in-ear.

What makes these so special is that they all will come complete with Google Assistant built-in.

Ok Google, Tell Me More About My JBL Everest Headphones

All these babies are a simple Bluetooth setup on your smartphone or tablet; add the Google Assistant app on your phone, and you’re ready to go. With the simple “Ok, Google” command, you can easily get to your music collection with the use of voice control, or even get notifications without having to unlock your device. Imagine being able to tell your headphones “play my favorite track” from across the room, without having to lift a finger.

Outside of the awesomeness that is good, JBL’s Pro Audio Sound come bundled to give users great sound for 8 to 25 hours depending on which model you choose. And the Everest collection is one of few that offer a quick recharge feature so you can juice up when your batteries drain.

“Adding the Google Assistant to the Everest line is another step we’re taking to pair JBL’s legacy of award-winning sound with a growing line-up of voice-controlled devices,” said Jessica Garvey, Vice President, Headphones and Wearables, Lifestyle Audio Division at HARMAN. “Having the Google Assistant on JBL Everest GA headphones means you can stay connected to more of what matters to you, whether that’s enjoying music, getting information about the world around you or managing your daily tasks –just by using your voice.”

Although pricing is currently unannounced, all three will be available on JBL.com in the spring.


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Greg Alston
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