The range of truly wireless (TWS) earbuds is getting impressively popular with many companies unveiling their products for the segment. Today, Audio-Technica is the latest firm to jump in the new wave of wireless hearables with its new QuietPoint ANC300TW – a very technical name for a pair of earbuds. The Japanese audio maker took to CES to announce the earbuds and they are paired with hybrid active noise-canceling (ANC) and IPX2 certification for water-resistance. The hearables feature Bluetooth 5.0.
The QuietPoint ANC300TW features 5.8mm driver in each earbud as well as two microphones with Qualcomm’s Clear Voice Capture. It ensures optimal noise cancellation. Furthermore, users can select three distinct noise-canceling profiles which include Airplane for isolating low-frequency sounds, On-the-Go for street noise and Office/Study which isolates the noise in quiet environments.
Besides the aforementioned features, the earbuds also support Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo Plus. This particular feature ensures an optimal audio stream without disruptions or audio latency. The company ensures that the battery is capable of holding 4.5 hours of playback. The carrying/charging case provides an additional 13.5 hours. Moreover, the earbuds can automatically turn on when you remove them from the case. The case itself charges via USB Type-C port.
According to Audio-Technica the ANC300TW will launch this spring for $230.