Samsung has released some of the most unusual wireless headphones in terms of design. The Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Originals Special Pack, as you might guess, was created in collaboration with Adidas.
In this case, as you can see, the Galaxy Buds Pro headphone case is in the shape of a cap, and the packaging is designed in the style of sneaker boxes. In addition, the buyer of these headphones will also receive a discount coupon for the purchase of Stan Smith sneakers.
Also, a special theme for smartphones was created for the headphones. It will unlock after the earbuds are paired with the mobile device.
Another nuance is that the case of the case is made of recycled plastic, and the case of the headphones themselves is 20% made from recycled materials.
The earbuds will go on sale on April 7th for $ 250 in limited quantities (6,000 units). And only in South Korea.
World’s first AirPods with USB-C. The creator of the iPhone X with USB-C decided to take on the headphones
A student at the Federal Polytechnic Institute of Switzerland, Ken Pillonel, continues his experiments in transferring Apple devices to the USB-C interface. After his success with the iPhone X, he turned to AirPods.
The rework process in this case is not yet accompanied by text, so there are practically no details. The author only noted that it turned out to be easier to pull off such a trick with headphones than with the iPhone.
Whether the author will sell these headphones, as he did with the iPhone X, is still unknown. But it is reported that this is an open source project, so anyone can repeat it if they wish.
Redmi Buds 4 Pro should be the best noise canceling headphones under $150
The head of Redmi and the president of Xiaomi Group China, Lu Weibing, revealed new details about the fully wireless headphones Redmi Buds 4 Pro.
The Redmi Buds 4 Pro earbuds have been tested and certified by the China Institute of Metrology. Redmi Buds 4 Pro offer 43dB ultra-deep noise cancellation.
Lu Weibing stated that the Redmi Buds 4 Pro should be the best noise canceling headphones under $150.
The novelty will be presented tomorrow along with Redmi Note 11T smartphones.
Active noise cancellation, water resistance, wireless charging, and 12mm drivers for $32. mBlu Lifeme TWS headphones introduced
The Meizu range has expanded with mBlu Lifeme TWS fully wireless headphones. The device stands out for its price-performance ratio.
The novelty costs only about 32 dollars. At the same time, there is active noise cancellation, which in itself is very unusual. But that’s not all. For example, autonomy is declared equal to 6.5 hours, which is quite good. Together with the case, it is already 30 hours.
The headphones are based on 12 mm drivers. This does not guarantee high-quality sound, but usually these headphones have smaller drivers.
There is also moisture protection (IPx4), low latency gaming mode (50ms), Flyme function with pairing with a smartphone immediately after opening the case cover, and even wireless charging.
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