Carl Pei’s Nothing has finally launched its first product aka Nothing ear (1). These are truly wireless earbuds from the UK-based company that arrived with a tonne of features including wireless charging, active noise cancelation, water resistance, and transparent outer shell.
Yep, Nothing ear (1) has a unique transparent design which includes a transparent outer shell of the earbuds made up of clear plastic. Nothing ear (1) uses a see-through plastic that allows users to peek into what’s inside including LED light and more. The TWS earbuds weigh 4.7 grams per bud. It has a 0.34cc chamber inside with a single 11.*mm dynamic driver under the hood. The earbuds feature SBC and AAC codecs with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.
Ear (1) arrives with an iOS and Android app that allows users to control each earbud including ANC, EQ, touch gestures, and updating the software.
Next up, the Nothing ear (1) has an ANC with two levels. The first is the default ANC off mode where there’s no active noise cancellation. Another is the transparency mode which allows users to hear the surroundings when the earbuds are worn and don’t require a user to take it off to hear what’s happening in the surrounding.
Talking about battery life, Nothing has advertised that the battery backup on-ear (1) is about 5.7 hours when the ANC is turned off. On the contrary, the battery life on-ear (1) when the ANC is turned on is about 4 hours of playback. Also, the charging case which is also transparent provides up to 34 hours of battery backup.
When it comes to pricing, Nothing ear (1) is available at $99, EUR 99, or INR 5,999/- and will be on sale in India, the UK, Europe, the US, and a total of 45 countries starting on July 31 on a limited quantity. Wider availability of the Nothing ear (1) is scheduled to commence front August 17.
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