Xiaomi is known not only for its smartphones, but also for the cost-effective plug-ins that affect every consumer electronics category. And here is now AirDots, wireless headsets that remind you of Apple's AirPods in form and name.
The Chinese producer 's headphones are represented by simple and ergonomic design and with a compact housing that acts as a charger. They are lightweight, weighing just 4.2 grams and – unlike the Cupertino product – they have no elongated but capsular shape. It's obviously a touch area where you can control the volume, change the song or answer a call.
Connectivity is ensured by Bluetooth 5.0 and all are powered by a 40 mAh battery that should offer a range of up to 4 hours and up to 12 hours with a casing that in turn integrates a 300 mAh battery.
AirDots will arrive at market starting on November 11 at a cost of 199 yuan (about 25 euros), but for now marketing is limited to China. However, even if the features are basically the same as Apple's AirPods, it remains to see how close they are to sound quality and performance reliability.
It is clear, however, how wireless handsets get ground and who knows if they will find them in the smartphone sales bundle.
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