I was expecting Anker to release a noise-canceling version of its popular CES 2021. Except for having a small issue with the included ear tips (I had to use my own to get a tight seal), they’re an excellent set of true-wireless earbuds that measure up well against Apple’s AirPods Pro for significantly less money.earbuds last year, but the launch apparently got delayed a few months, thanks in part to the global pandemic. But the ($130, £130), the company’s first earbuds to feature active noise-canceling, are here now, making their debut as part of
Here’s a look at the key features, according to Anker:
-11mm Purenote drivers
-Targeted active noise cancellation
-Six-mic uplink noise reduction helps optimize voices and minimize background noise
-Two transparency modes
-HearID Personalized Sound (via app)
-Up to six hours of battery life with ANC on (seven hours with it off) and charging case provides 15 hours of extra juice
-Wearing detection for autoplay/pause
-Earbuds fast charge: 10 minutes gets you two hours of playback
-Buds can be worn independently.
-Customizable user touch controls to set preferences for play/pause, track advance, volume, etc.
-Nine sets of silicone ear tips, ranging from XXXS to XL and L Plus
-USB-C fast charge and wireless charging
-Available now in four colors (black, white, blue and pink)
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