Google released its last TWS earbuds, Pixel Buds, in 2019. Now two years later, the company has improved its TWS series headphones with Google Pixel Buds A series wireless earbuds, which the company claims can provide clear images. , Natural sound, allowing users to focus on the bass in the bass boost mode.
They also have adaptive audio capabilities that can increase or decrease the volume according to Google’s next-generation TWS headset, which has a beamforming microphone. The company said it will focus on the user’s voice and reduce environmental noise, thereby improving overall quality. call. Each headset provides up to 5 hours of listening time or up to 2.5 hours of talk time. With the charging case, each earbud can provide up to 24 hours of listening time or up to 12 hours of talk time.
The headset charging mode in the charging box can provide up to 3 hours of listening time or up to 1 hour of listening time.5 hours of talk time. The Google Pixel Buds A series headset is equipped with multiple sensors, making it smarter than the previous generation TWS headset. Each earbud is equipped with a capacitive touch sensor for music playback, calls and phone control. Google Assistant, the only infrared in-ear automatic play and pause proximity sensor, and motion detection accelerometer.
On the other hand, the charging box has a Hall sensor that can detect when the charging box is opened and closed. The recently released Google headset also supports Google Assistant. With a simple “Hey Google”, users can quickly get hands-free assistance to check the weather, get a response, change the volume, or receive notifications.
In addition, they have IPX4 dust and water resistance, so they are suitable for use in the rain or during sweating workouts. The Google Pixel Buds headset series is priced at US$99 (approximately 7,233 euros) and is now available for pre-order in the United States and Canada, and will be available for sale in these two countries from June 17. It is not clear when they will reach the rest of the world.