Edifier TWS NB2 Earphones With Noise-Cancellation And Dedicated Gaming Mode Launched At CNY 499($70)

    Edifier, the Chinese audio gadgets manufacturing company has launched the all-new Edifier TWS NB2 earphones in China. Its major highlights are the digital noise-cancellation and gaming mode. Let’s learn its features and pricing.

    The Edifier TWS NB2 earphones have a stylus-looking design with 10mm drivers. Just like other TWS earbuds, the NB2 also has a charging case in sort of a White and Black accent.

    One of its highlights is the compound noise-cancellation technology that uses two microphones present on the earbuds to block all the outside noise. It uses both the external and the internal microphones to lower the noise for calls and even for the music.

    Edifier TWS NB2 Earphones With Noise-Cancellation And Dedicated Gaming Mode Launched At CNY 499($70)
    Edifier TWS NB2 Earphones With Noise-Cancellation And Dedicated Gaming Mode Launched At CNY 499($70)

    Another noticeable feature is the gaming mode on the TWS buds. The NB2 from Edifier comes with a dedicated gaming mode that ensures minimal to no delay while playing games via the smartphone. Edifier claims that the delay is reduced compared to its predecessor with 80 milliseconds.

    The TWS earbuds bags an IP54 dust and water resistance rating meaning that it can resist some splashes. According to the company, the Buds with the Noise reduction mode turned on can last up to 7 hours without the case and an extra 18 hours with the case.

    Without the noise reduction mode, the buds are said to provide up to 9 hours of playback and 23 hours of extra usage with the case.

    Other than this, the Edifier has Bluetooth v5.0 support and USB Type-C port for charging. The buds can be paired with both Android and iOS devices.

    The Edifier TWS NB2 noise-cancellation earphones are priced at CNY 599/$84 but currently, offers the TWS buds at CNY 100/$14 off making it effectively available for just CNY 499/$70.

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