I mean, I can think of a few reasons set out above not, but Xiaomi generally spawns moderately reliable purchaser electronics, and the company’s rock-bottom costs have obstructed other groceries, like fitness trackers.
Spotted by Engadget, the Chinese smartphone maker’s $30 AirDots are altogether 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-footed the more widespread adoption of the technology, and, if nothing else, Xiaomi proves it is possible to done on the particularly cheap.
The AirDots appear to be China-only for now, priced at 199 yuan, or around $29. The bud themselves should give you five hours of life, courtesy of Bluetooth 5.0, with a total of 12 including the blaming speciman.
Honestly, that’s not bad at all for the price. Sound quality is another question perfectly, of course. But the fact that there are $29 wireless earbuds could help justify a move away from the headphone jack for even fund handsets at this level.
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