Logitech’s new Zone True Wireless earbuds get down to business – CNET

Indeed, they do. Just as importantly, both models are designed to give you professional call quality and sound in a discreet design without making you look like you work in a call center (that look doesn’t bother me, but it is a deal-breaker for some people). Additionally, Logitech says the two new earbuds are the “first targeted to be certified by all three major cloud video-conferencing platforms, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.” 
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Logitech owns Jaybird, and the case does look similar to the case that comes with the Jaybird Vista 2 buds. The Zone True Wireless earphones are available in two colors, Graphite and Rose. 
Available in Rose or Graphite colors, the Zone True Wireless Earbuds ship this fall and cost 9.

For music listening, battery life is rated at up to 7 hours with noise-canceling on, which is good, and up to 12 hours with it off. Talk time is rated at 6 hours with noise-canceling on and 6.5 hours with it off.


The Zone True Wireless are active noise-canceling earbuds and equipped with a “premium” noise-canceling mics (they are supposed to block background noise quite well, according to Logitech). To be clear, these can be used on the go for making calls and listening to music on your phone, and they are also waterproof and dust-proof (IP68) so you can work out with them. And the case is water-resistant as well, with an IP54 rating.
The case looks similar to the Jaybird Vista 2’s case (Logitech owns Jaybird).
A Twitter user reached out to me recently and asked whether I knew of any true-wireless earbuds that had a dedicated mute button for video-conferencing calls. The question stumped me, but I was scheduled to have a virtual briefing with Logitech for its new Zone True Wireless (9, £299, AU5) and Zone Wired Earbuds (, £90, AU7), which are available for preorder today but won’t ship till this fall. I knew they were “business” buds, so one of the first things I asked Logitech was whether they — and the Zone True Wireless in particular — had a dedicated mute button.
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