I was expecting Anker to release a noise-canceling version of its popular oneheadphones last year, but launch apparently slowed by a few months, thanks in part to the global pandemic. But ($ 130, £ 130), the company’s first headphones with active noise cancellation are already here, debuting as part of CES 2021. Except for the small problem with the included earbuds (I had to use my own, to make them an excellent set of genuine wireless headphones that compare well to Apple’s AirPods Pro for significantly less money.
-11mm Purenote drivers
-Targeted targeted active noise reduction
-Reducing noise from six microphones upwards helps optimize voices and minimize background noise
-Two modes of transparency
-HearID custom sound (via app)
-Up to six hours of battery life with ANC on (seven hours with off), and the charging box provides 15 hours of extra juice
-Wear detection for automatic start / pause
-Fast Earbuds: 10 minutes gives you two hours of playback
-The ducks can be worn alone.
-Customizable custom touch controls to set playback / pause preferences, track progress, volume, etc.
-Nine sets of silicone ear tips, ranging from XXXS to XL and L Plus
-USB-C fast charging and wireless charging
-Price: $ 130
-Now available in four colors (black, white, blue and pink)
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