Noise launches Noise Air Buds Mini with HyperSync and TruBass tech
Noise has just announced the Noise Air Buds Mini, a new set of earbuds that is joining their TWS arsenal. The Noise Air Buds Mini are priced at ₹1,299 for a limited period only and can be bought on Flipkart and from gonoise.com. They are officially listed for ₹1,499, so if you are keen on getting a pair, you'd better hurry. The Noise Air Buds Mini are available in two colours - Jet Black and Pearl White.
The Noise Air Buds Mini are compact and come with a glossy finish and the Noise logo can be spotted on the front of the charging case. These 4.4gram earbuds are equipped with a 14.2mm speaker driver, Tru Bass technology, and individual mics that promise to deliver superior audio quality with crystal-clear sound for calling and music. The Noise Air Buds Mini can last up to 15 hours on a single charge and with the support of the Type-C charging case. The charging case also comes with indicators that tell you about battery levels and can be fully charged in about two hours.
The Noise Air Buds Mini also comes with HyperSync technology and 5.0 Bluetooth connectivity that helps it connect easily with other devices. The earbuds are supported both by Android and iOS and can also connect to laptops or computers that are equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. The Noise Air Buds Mini comes with smart touch controls and IPX4 sweat resistance, so you can wear it to the gym but don’t take it for a swim or for a jog in the rain.
“Noisemakers are always looking for more features and technology-packed products which are in sync with their everyday needs. Air Buds Mini are simply the best answer to their demands for a set of compact-sized earbuds with premium and superior features at an affordable price range. We at Noise, carefully design products keeping in mind their demands and the upcoming trends to offer the best-in-class features and experience to our customers. We are aggressively expanding our product portfolio with new offerings and innovative features in each device to cater to the various demands of Noisemakers,” Amit Khatri, Co-Founder, Noise said while talking about the new buds.