Wyze has become famous by selling dirt-cheap stuff that works surprisingly well, notably security cameras, lightbulbs, and other smarthome gadgets. It’s as of late ventured into more mobile-adjacent tech, including a full-sized set of noise-canceling headphones. The following coherent advance for the organization is in the exploding segment of genuine wireless earbuds, thus here we are: the Wyze Buds Pro.
At $60, the Wyze Buds Pro don’t appear to be the shocking bargain that Wyze’s different devices are (particularly since that does exclude shipping, yet). All things considered, you can discover $30 earbuds at practically any electronics shop, or without a doubt, an office or pharmacy. In any case, Wyze is wagering that the incorporation of dynamic clamor crossing out, still not a standard element underneath the $100 level, will compensate for any shortfall. The manufacturer claims that it can invalidate up to forty decibels of outside noise, including wind, with three microphones on each bud.
Other surprisingly premium features include a pass-through audio mode, remote charging working on this issue, and six hours of battery life with ANC turned off. (That drops to 4.5 hours with ANC on.) The case is useful for two re-energizes for a sum of 18 hours off the charger. The Buds Pro work with Alexa, however not Google Assistant (in any event not on the spec sheet). Sensors in each bud naturally stop music on the off chance that they drop out, and the bar configuration incorporates the usual touch controls.
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The Wyze Buds Pro are up for pre-order today, yet shockingly will not be shipping until July. The promotion page says that there’s new “buddy” product coming, which skirts the active noise cancellation, yet knocks the battery life as long as 24 hours complete. Ideally it’ll drop the price, as well.
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