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|HP Launches Its Very Own Earbuds Because Really Why Not by gavinhallton: 2:46pm On Jan 13|
Earbuds are the new trend in the tech industry, and more and more companies launch such products in an attempt to get a bigger share in this particular new industry.
While Apple is pretty much the king, there are others pushing the innovation level higher and higher, and HP hopes it can do the same thing with a new device announced today at CES.
Called HP Elite Wireless Earbuds, the new model is supposed to be the “world’s most advanced earbuds for collaboration,” providing a series of new features like personalized audio tuning.
Other than that, you can noise cancellation and sound situation presets, and since they use Bluetooth, they can work with pretty much any device out there, including Android phones, iPhones, and Windows 10 PCs.
No pricing info just yet
HP says the new earbuds would be sold both separately and as a bundle, and additional information would be shared closer to the April release date.
“The HP Elite Wireless Earbuds are the world’s most advanced earbuds for collaboration, with personalized audio tuning, adjustable noise cancellation, and sound situation presets. Flow through the day with earbuds that seamlessly switch from a conference call on a PC to listening to music on a phone via the simple Windows 10, iOS, or Android app. The Elite Wireless Earbuds will be offered as a bundle option with the Elite Dragonfly Max or available separately for purchase,” HP says.
For the time being, there’s a lot missing about these new earbuds, so for example, we don’t know how much they are supposed to cost.
Given they are specifically aimed at collaboration, they’re more aimed at businesses and office workers, so there’s a chance HP isn’t specifically targeting the average customer that would normally go for the AirPods with this new product.
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