Palm unveils Buds Pro wireless headphones

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Palm has officially unveiled the Buds Pro, the brand’s first wireless earbuds. Palm headphones will be on sale from November 9th for $ 129.

The accessory was developed by Samsung engineers who created Level, IconX Buds and Galaxy Buds, as well as specialists from Beats by Dr Dre. Buds Pro got ten-millimeter speakers and three microphones in each earphone, which are responsible for active noise cancellation. The novelty is certified according to the IPX4 standard for protection against moisture.

The new Buds Pro can run for up to four and a half hours on a single charge with activated noise cancellation. The charging case will provide autonomy for up to 24 hours.

Recall that Palm, founded in 1992, is known for its pocket personal computers and smartphones based on Palm OS. In 2010, the company was closed, the brand was sold to Hewlett-Packard, and in 2014 TCL Corporation became the new owner of the brand.


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