Xiaomi is releasing afrenzied cheap wireless headphones
the Luxury to avoid getting tangled up in jackets and door knob when listening on good sound has long been a costly one.\\it looks, however, like to change, when budgetjätten Xiaomi releases wireless handsets for under 300 bucks.
The chinese company Xiaomi has become famous for producing cheap, but pretty good, products. Their latest product looks to be a pair of completely wireless headphones, called ”AirDots”, which will cost roughly 250 sek (200 chinese yuan).
The new product was discovered by american Engadget, which is, not surprisingly, compare Airdots with the Apple Airpods-lurking:
”Airdots sounds confusingly similar to the Airpods, and to continue the confusion will Airdots also in a white, minimalist design,” writes Engadget.
Just like the vast majority of completely wireless headphones, Airdots also with a laddetui. They will be equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and should be able to receive audio of up to ten meters distance.
the usage time is four hours, and if we read the specifications right will laddetuiet to bid on a further twelve hours. The charging time is two hours.
Xiaomi is, as said, known for making cheap, but pretty good products, such as robotdammsugaren Xiaomi RoboRock S50, aktivitetsarmbandet Xiaomi Mi Band 2, and just recently Xiaomi Mi A2, who got 10\\u002F10 in the score.
If Xiaomi Airdots live up Xiaomis relatively high standard, with a low price at under 500 dollars, they can quickly become a very interesting product for all who are eager to replace their sladdprydda headphones to something easier.
Apple Airpods costs around 1 600 kronor in the day, while several of its competitors cost even more. Clas Ohlson released recently, however, a couple of cheap completely wireless headphones for 500 dollars, that was completely okay.
On paper, however, looks Airdots both smaller and prettier, but the product is not launched yet, so things may change.
Can be pre-ordered in China
In China, users can pre-order the Xiaomi Airdots of 200 Yuan, but we have no idea if the product will get a nordic launch. However, we do know several nordic online stores that tend to be quick to take in new products from Xiaomi, or chinese shops that deliver to the Nordic countries.
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