London-based Nothing Technology Limited finally introduced its eagerly anticipated earphones, the all-new Nothing Ear Stick, which offers up to 29 hours of playback time. According to the tech company Nothing, the new gadget, which costs Rs 8,499 in India, provides a profoundly genuine sound experience.
The third product the business has released in the past two years is a new pair of earphones called Nothing Ear (stick), and they will be sold in India starting on November 17. In addition to offline electronics stores, the device will be sold on e-commerce behemoths Flipkart and Myntra.
From November 4, the Nothing product will be available for purchase in a few international areas, including the US, UK, and Asia Pacific. A comfortable listening experience is guaranteed by the adaptable design of the brand-new Nothing Ear (stick).
The tech company claims that the 12.6mm proprietary dynamic driver included in the Nothing Ear (stick) would provide clear highs, strong details, and richer depths. Nothing makes the claim that the TWS (Truly Wireless Stereo) earphones have been tested on more than 100 individuals and weigh only 4.4 grams each, making them an easy-to-wear accessory.
It strikes a balance between comfort and our most cutting-edge audio experience to date. The new earphones, Nothing Ear (stick), were inspired by lipstick shapes, and the casing has an unusual yet useful twist opening, according to Carl Pei, CEO, and Co-Founder of Nothing.
With earbuds, users can talk for up to three hours and listen to music for up to seven hours. For on-the-go charging at any time or place, the case has an additional 22 hours of charge. The manufacturer claims that a 10-minute charge in the case can add up to two hours of additional enjoyment.
In terms of connectivity, the earbuds are compatible with both Microsoft’s Swift Pair and Google’s Fast Pair technologies. Bass Lock Technology, Clear Voice Technology, optimized connectivity, and ultra-precise gesture and press controls are some of the other characteristics of the Nothing Ear (stick).