If you are thinking of buying headphones but are looking for a low-cost model, the new Xiaomi Mi True Wireless 2 are now officially available. They have an official price of € 79.99, although it is possible to find them somewhat cheaper. We tell you why it is worth buying them.
There are already quite a few brands that are in the race for True Wireless-type headphones, and how could it be otherwise one of the most outstanding is Xiaomi, which recently officially presented its new model.
They are the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 , which have a quite affordable price if we compare them with other similar models and that you can also already buy in different online stores.
We wanted to review some of its features to extract reasons why it is worth buying these TWS wireless headphones from Xiaomi, a low-cost model that has several strengths.
Of course, there is no lack of affordable models, starting with the Xiaomi Airdots, which cost about € 22. This particular model is somewhat more expensive, with an official price of € 79.99, which has already dropped somewhat in price on Amazon.
Without further delay, we go with a review of its main advantages.
Price below normal
We have already mentioned it above, but we repeat it now: these Xiaomi Bluetooth headphones are cheaper than one would expect, especially if we compare them with the price of the Apple AirPods or the headphones that brands such as Samsung or Huawei have a sale.
Those of Apple, to cite the clearest example, cost well over € 100 , and that their price has finally begun to drop.
Even taking as reference the € 79.99 that they officially cost, it is a competitive price , even more so if, as we have already see.
It is true that among its features there is active noise cancellation (ANC) that is so fashionable lately, although it must be taken into account that the headphones that have it tend to be notably more expensive, exceeding € 200 in most cases.
Battery life of up to 14 hours
Normally the cheap wireless headphones usually move between 6-7 hours of battery life, data that is absolutely crushed by what these Mi True Wireless 2 offer: up to 14 hours of battery in continuous music playback.
It is not bad and far exceeds most bluetooth helmets on the market in a fact that is very important in the face of user experience. Who more and who less listens to music several hours a day, so having to constantly charge them is not an option.
It should be noted that when stored in its case (included in the purchase) they recharge automatically since it acts as a Power Bank , so you only have to worry that the case has a battery at all times.
With Bluetooth 5.0
Bluetooth 5.0 is by far the most advanced standard in this wireless data transmission technology. Although it has been with us for 2-3 years, not all devices have implemented it.
Many mobiles have done so, but not the headphones, especially the entry-level ones, which remain in the 4.2 standard in the majority for now.
The improvements to the 5.0 standard have to do mainly with the energy consumption, now lower, and also with the stability of the connection . Microcuts with 4.2 are frequent, a problem already solved and overcome.
These Mi True Wireless 2 come with the latest Bluetooth version available, so you won’t have to worry about any of that.
At first glance, it is quite difficult to differentiate Xiaomi’s Mi True Wireless 2 (formerly called Airdots Pro 2) from Apple’s AirPods. It is not a coincidence, it seems, and it is that everything points to the fact that they have been aesthetically inspired by the best-selling model in the world.
Its design is quite minimalist, in white and with the least possible decorations, something that today seems that the public demands when buying headphones.
They are not available in other colors, only in white , a decision that is also surprising and contrasts with that of other brands such as Realme.
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