Jabra Sport PulseTM Wireless is the world’s first stereo earbuds with integrated heart rate monitor and Sport Life App; 2015 CES Innovations Award Honouree.

Take your training to the next level and get the ultimate wireless workout with Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless earbuds and Sport Life Application. This all-in-one training solution is a world first, combining an in-ear biometric heart rate monitor, immersive Dolby® sound and real-time voice coaching, to inspire you to achieve the impossible. Cut the clutter and experience true freedom of movement without compromise.

The smart way to train

Jabra’s intelligent Sport Life App ensures you get the most out of your Sport Pulse Wireless earbuds with integrated heart rate monitor, helping you to plan, track and evaluate your workout.  Test your fitness level and aerobic capacity, adjust your heart rate zone to optimise your training and set goals based on distance, time or calories burned.

“Jabra has a strong legacy of innovation in wearable technology and Sport Pulse Wireless is no exception” said Darcy Clarkson, Senior Vice President at Jabra Consumer Solutions. “These are world’s first earbuds to have an integrated heart rate monitor, heralding the next generation of intelligent audio solutions for fitness fanatics that allows our customers to work out with the confidence of medical precision.”

Free your workout with premium wireless sound

Get motivated by listening to your favourite songs the way you want to hear them with a customisable and powerful Dolby® enhanced sound experience that delivers world-class wireless music performance. Personalised audio coaching provides feedback on your workout every step of the way, letting you control your music and your training within a single app.

As tough as you are

Focus on your workout without distraction knowing Sport Pulse Wireless earbuds are built to take a pounding. Tested to the extreme, they are sweat- and storm-proof, so there’s no excuse for missing a training session. Ergonomic Audio Response ScienceTM technology ensures a secure, comfortable fit that’s lightweight in a compact design to keep you focused on your training, bringing you one step closer to exceeding your goal.

 Track your workouts with medical accuracy

Jabra commissioned Campbell University in North Carolina, USA to independently verify the performance of the heart rate monitor technology for fitness and active usage. The comprehensive trial included runners on a treadmill and simultaneously tested Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless against a medical electrocardiogram (ECG) machine.

“Jabra has created a single device that can provide accurate biometric information, both visually and audibly, within a piece of equipment that most exercisers are wearing anyway and eliminate the need for excess equipment.” concluded Jennifer Bunn, PhD, Assistant Professor and Director at Campbell University in the Department of Exercise Science.

 Part of the Jabra Wireless Sporting Family

Sport Pulse Wireless earbuds continue Jabra’s tradition of world-firsts, building on our solid heritage of superior sound engineering. They enhance our family of wireless audio solutions for people who’re serious about sport, complementing the award-winning Jabra Sport Rox Wireless and Sport Wireless+ earbuds.

Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless will be on sale during the GOSF in India and will be exclusively available on our online from 10th December,2014 at a price of Rs.15999/-

Over the years, we have come to terms that the Apple iPhone is not the most powerful handset in the world. It has always had specs lower than to what its competitors offer. But yet, even after 7 long years, they enjoy the market dominance over their competitors.

I was lucky enough to get my hands on the iPhone 6, the very day it was launched in India. After 3 weeks of rigorous testing I have realized that not only is this phone much better than its predecessors but also built, stronger. Yes, to answer those who have asked me innumerable times if my phone “bends” or not, it does not.

At the outset

When I first held the phone, it certainly felt a lot lighter than the 5s. The space grey color looks classy whereas I felt the gold looks like a goldbrick. The silver reminded me of the shade of the iPhone 2. The metallic, almost ceramic body of the phone feels brilliant in the hand. The new design feels like the much needed change that was required since the iPhone 4. The faster processor, the new and improved camera and a much better battery life, all created a top notch impression on my mind. The increased resolution and screen size also do justice to the package that Apple has assembled for their flagship phones. The curved design is a reminiscence of the old iPhone’s, which is amazing.


Packed with the new A8 processors, the iPhone 6 is certainly fast and also offers tremendous performance when you push the phone to its limits while multitasking and gaming. I play FIFA 15: Ultimate Team on it, and it’s just wow. Apple claimed that there would be a 25 percent boost in speed and 50 percent boost in graphics when compared with the earlier A7 processor.

In terms of the design, the switch to metal body is more than welcome. Also the lock button being shifted to the side takes some time to get used to. The transition from circular buttons to elongated flat ones is more than welcome. The touch id works exactly like the one in 5s, which is flawless. It can still be used with one hand, which several feared would not be possible.

iPhone 6’s 4.7-inch IPS display looks vivid, rich, and as good as that on the iPhone 5 or 5S, just bigger. But not that much bigger. The display’s 1,344×750-pixel resolution is higher than the other iPhones. A grid of six-by-four apps fits on each page the dock below, for 28 total: on the 5’s 4-inch display, it’s 24. There are more pixels horizontally and vertically, unlike the merely vertical lengthening of the iPhone 5. That also means the aspect ratio’s the same, and videos and Web pages scale similarly.

When we ran benchmark tests, the results for the iPhone 6 were phenomenal. We compared it to iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 and Motorola Moto X. On Linpack Multithread, iPhone 6 showed results much better than any other phone. On Geekbench 3 too it beats all the other phones with a margin. On 3D Mark Ice Storm, it loses out to all the other phones.

The call quality is a lot better and in terms of connectivity the Wi-Fi speeds have become much better. The Camera quality has improved too. Although, they stuck to the 8 megapixel camera, the new sensor which uses “focus pixels,” does a far better job at avoiding out-of-focus shots. One of the most significant improvements is in the video recording department. Video-recording speeds can be set at 60fps now, which gives a more immediate crispness for high-speed action. Slow-motion video recording can be set to 120 or 240 frames per second. File sizes get high at 240fps. The front facing camera has had a subtle boost too.

Final Words

Overall, I would have never imagined an iPhone being this big. But the big screen is a welcome change. Personally, I would not buy the phablet sized iPhone 6 Plus ever. It truly is the type of a phone which an android loyalist too would get tempted to buy.

A 4.7-inch screen isn’t massive to most smartphone users, but iPhone owners may need time getting used to. But the good news is, really, that the new phones are more like size alternatives than must-have upgrades. If you consider the 5S, the 6, and the 6 Plus as 4-, 4.7-, and 5.5-inch siblings, there’s a size for everyone. Apple’s clearly in the screen game now, making iOS devices at all sizes and comfort levels. The new iPhone 6 isn’t a giant leap in speed or graphics, from what I’ve seen. But its screen size makes a difference, and it is the perfect current middle ground for performance, new features, and pocketability. And while it also seems a little more like an Android phone than ever before, that’s a very good thing.

Price: Rs. 53,500 for 16 GB

Rating: 4.5/5