After Xiaomi launched a cheap TWS (True Wireless) in-ear just a few months ago with the AirDots Youth Eidition, the Xiaomi Mi AirDots Pro followed in early January. Slightly more expensive in price and visually based on Apple's AirPod, the AirDots Pro promise a clean sound with Active Noise Cancellation function.
Earbuds that sit well in sports, are practical to use and still sound really good. The promise of the wireless Bullets earphones of the Chinese smartphone size "OnePlus". A preview of what the OnePlus Bullets Wireless can do can be found in the following post.
The Xiaomi AirDots Youth Edition are the first True Wireless In-Ears of the Chinese electronics giant. For the equivalent of 25 € the earphones promise an ergonomic fit, the support of the current Bluetooth 5.0 standard and an Apple AirPods similar functionality. In the following post we take a first look at the wireless earphones.
No standstill in sight! Xiaomi continues to expand its in-house gaming product line. The Xiaomi Mi Gaming Headset is a 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound headphone with two low-noise MEMS microphones and a modern-simple design for gamers. In the test, I took a closer look at the headset.