What you need to know
- Edifier's new wireless earbuds promise ANC and high resolution audio at just $89.
- You can order yours via Indiegogo now.
Audio company Edifier has announced the new NeoBuds Pro wireless earbuds, and they promise a lot. There's active noise-canceling technology for one, followed by support for what the company calls 'hi-res audio.' And they cost just $89.
It seems too good to be true, right? Especially when you consider AirPods Pro cost more than double that amount of money. But Edifier seems confident, at least in its marketing copy.
As for the high-resolution audio, Edifier says that its "world class acoustics team" has been working to get things sounding "studio-grade." I'll reserve judgment until I've heard these things for myself, but those are some lofty claims.
Want to try them out for yourselves? The Edifier NeoBuds Pro are available for order via Indiegogo now. Otherwise, I'd suggest checking out our list of the best AirPods Pro deals and trying to bag a bargain instead.
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