Baseus Bowie E10 earbuds debut with 30 hours of total battery life, 12 mm dynamic drivers, and more

Baseus Bowie E10

Baseus has launched a brand-new pair of earbuds. Called the Baseus Bowie E10, the new buds are now available for purchase in China at CNY 169. That converts to around $24, making the latest offering from the brand reside in the affordable range.

But just because the Bowie E10 buds are on the cheaper end, it doesn’t mean they are not worth considering. More specifically, these new earbuds might even be a better pick than a good number of mid-range options in the market.

Main Highlights of the Baseus Bowie E10

One of the main highlights of the Baseus Bowie E10 earbuds is its battery life. After a full charging session, you can get up to 30 hours of run time with the charging case. That means one full charge is good enough for worry-free listening for at least two days. As for the buds, they can offer up to 7.5 hours of runtime.

Battery life of Bowie E10

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But the battery life is not all the Bowie E10 buds bring to the table. The earbuds pack 12 mm dynamic drivers, making them capable of offering detail-rich audio. Besides, Baseus didn’t skimp on the other aspects of the buds. For example, you get Bluetooth 5.3, one of the latest standards for headphones.

Design of Bowie E10

There’s also a two-microphone noise reduction feature and a low-latency mode. These two will enhance your experience with the Baseus Bowie E10 earbuds. Another important aspect is the design. Each of the buds weigh 3.5 grams and are small in size.

Of course, you don’t get the support for advanced audio codecs that are present in some mid-range wireless earbuds. However, the good part is that the Baseus Bowie E10 buds support AAC and SBC. That means you won’t face any compatibility issues when connecting them to iPhone, Android, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

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