I mean, I can think of a few reasons set out above not, but Xiaomi generally forms somewhat dependable consumer electronics, and the company’s rock-bottom rates have disrupted other marketplaces, like fitness trackers.
Spotted by Engadget, the Chinese smartphone maker’s $30 AirDots are perfectly wireless earbuds, designed to compete with the likes of AirPods and Pixel Buds, but at a fraction of the price. Price has long been one of the key factors slow-witted the more widespread adoption of information and communication technologies, and, if nothing else, Xiaomi supports it is possible to done on the exceedingly inexpensive.
The AirDots seemed to be China-only for now, priced at 199 yuan, or around $29. The twig themselves should give you five hours of life, courtesy of Bluetooth 5.0, with a total of 12 in particular the blaming contingency.
Honestly, that’s not bad at all for the expenditure. Sound quality is another question wholly, of course. But the fact that there are $29 wireless earbuds could help apologize a move away from the headphone jack for even budget handsets at this top.
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