The Chinese company OPPO has officially unveiled the new fully wireless headphones Enco Free2. The model was developed jointly with representatives of the Danish company Dynaudio, whose audio devices are used in cars of Volvo, Volkswagen and even Bugatti brands, as well as in tens of thousands of professional recording studios around the world, including the legendary BBC Radio & Music.

The novelty received an active noise cancellation system with a special tri-core chip, capable of blocking noise up to 42 dB, which is one of the best indicators in this price category. Separately, the manufacturer noted increased insulation from wind noise. The earphones are protected at the IP54 level, therefore, they are absolutely not afraid of dust and splashes of liquid falling in any direction.

Enco Free2 provides up to 4.5 hours of battery life with active noise canceling and up to 6.5 hours without it. The charging case increases autonomy up to 30 hours. Meanwhile, Acer has unveiled an ultra-compact laptop only 1.76 cm

Source: OPPO

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