resent today its new AirPods Pro Bluetooth headphones, which follow the AirPods that I announced in 2016, and which resulted in a sales success among the independent wireless headphones, that is, they have no cable between the speakers, and for which there are
multiple brands exponents.
The most striking of
AirPods Pro is that they have a different design than
the original AirPods, and that have
active noise cancellation (that is, they use a microphone to measure ambient noise 200 times per second and generate a complementary audio wave that cancels it).
The design allows something that is a classic in almost any modern headset: the possibility of changing the
silicone tip to accommodate the appropriate size of the user's ear canal and reduce the chances of falling when doing physical exercise; these headphones are intraural, which gives them a design that many users did not hesitate to relate to the plants
Thrower of the game Plants vs. Zombies.
The headphones also have a "transparency" mode, in which they allow to filter the ambient noise so as not to be isolated,
something that Samsung Galaxy Buds also have.
With active noise cancellation, the headphones have 4.5 hours of autonomy, plus another 24 hours of charging with the case, compatible with wireless charging or by a Lightning connector. And allow you to activate Siri with a voice command without touching the headphones; the assistant read the messages that arrive and allow them to interact with them with the voice.
They will be available this Wednesday 30 for a price in the United States of 250 dollars, the same day they go on sale
Amazon Echo Buds, also with noise cancellation and a price of 130 dollars in the United States.
. Apple AirPods Pro: this is the new wireless headphones with noise cancellation – LA NACION