Indian audio brand Noise has unveiled its latest offering, the Noise Airwave wireless Bluetooth headphones featuring a neckband design. Priced at 999 rupees or approximately 12 US dollars, these headphones offer affordability without compromising on features.
The device boasts 10mm drivers equipped with noise reduction technology, enhancing sound quality not only during voice calls but also for overall audio experience. The built-in rechargeable batteries offer an impressive capacity, providing up to 50 hours of active usage, as claimed by the company.
Designed to withstand moisture, the headphones adhere to the IPX5 standard, making them suitable for use during workouts or in rainy conditions. Additionally, they come with an equalizer featuring three built-in modes, allowing users to customize the sound according to their preferences.
Connectivity is facilitated through Bluetooth 5.3 technology, ensuring stable and efficient pairing with compatible devices. The headphones also feature an ultra-low latency mode of 50 ms, catering to the needs of gamers and those streaming data in real-time.
The Noise Airwave wireless Bluetooth headphones are set to hit the market on January 30, initially available in China. With their ultra-budget pricing and feature-rich design, they aim to appeal to a wide range of users seeking affordable yet quality audio solutions.