Wyze Earbuds Pro Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds with Alexa Built-in

Following on-ear ANC headphones, Wyze has released Wyze Earbuds Pro, its latest active noise cancelling wireless earbuds. Let’s keep checking if you want to learn more about the earbuds.Wyze Earbuds Pro Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds with Alexa Built-in

The Wyze Earbuds Pro weighs only 0.19 oz each bud, and an included charging case weighs only 1.47 oz. With the ultra compact, lightweight design and ergonomic contours, the active cancelling wireless earbuds give you a comfortable wearing experience, and 3 silicone tip sizes ensure a custom fit for every listener.

Wyze Earbuds Pro come equipped with 10mm high-amplitude audio drivers to produce high-quality stereo audio with clear treble and deep bass, and using 40 dB active noise cancellation, the TWS earbuds create a quiet listening environment. With adaptive EQ, the earbuds automatically adjust frequency levels depending on what you’re listening to.Wyze Earbuds Pro Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds with Alexa Built-in

Furthermore, the transparency mode also allows you to hear the surrounding environment, keeping you safe in public. With Alexa built-in, you can ask the TWS ANC earbuds to play your favorite music, check the weather, get news and more.

With built-in sensors, Wyze Earbuds Pro recognize when earbuds are in your ear and automatically plays/pauses your music. Moreover, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 4,5 hours of playtime with ANC on between charges, and the charging case extends the total playtime to up to 18 hours by multiple charges. The charging case also supports quick charge and wireless charging.

Wyze Earbuds Pro active noise cancelling wireless earbuds are priced at $79.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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