Which consumer electronics companies have not yet set foot in the wireless earbud business? It may not be much anymore. In the past few years, it seems that every family has introduced at least a pair of Bluetooth earbuds. However, at least one person’s distant name has only just begun to be made today. Then you, do you remember Palm? Or, to be more precise, remember the Palm rebrand launched by TCL in 2018?
There is no news about whether we will get the future of Palm PDA, but the brand announced today that it is also entering the market of all-wireless earplugs through Palm Buds Pro.
The $129 earbuds ($99 for a limited time) look like a black AirPods. As the company pointed out, the rebranding company hired Beats by Dre andSamsungDesigners to design new earplugs, according to their description, this earplug has “studio-level audio, enhanced bass” and active noise reduction.
“The biggest difference of Palm Buds Pro lies in the emphasis on studio-level audio and enhanced bass. Our engineers have also developed one of the most advanced active noise reduction and environmental noise reduction systems on the market,” co-founder Howard Nuk wrote Said in the press release. “Palm Buds Pro’s advanced 6-microphone active noise reduction system uses 3 independent microphones on each earbud to power the most immersive sound experience and provide the clearest call in high wind conditions.”
Pre-orders for this earbud will begin today and will go on sale on November 9th, as well as a silicone headphone head worth $15.