Apple has declared much-awaited and much-anticipated Beats X wireless earbuds will launch on 10th February; priced at $149.95
American tech major Apple has announced that the Beats X wireless earbuds that has been long awaited, will finally launch on 10th February this year. Select Apple retail stores in US have already begun receiving stock of the Beats branded neckbuds. To get the Beats X wireless earbuds the customers have to shell out an amount of $149.95.
The Beats X wireless earbuds come equipped with Apple’s W1 chip, which enables it for quick and easy pairing with iOS devices and Macs also. It comes available in White and Black colour options, while the Grey and Blue colours are also on offer.
Well, Android users don’t be so grumpy. You can also use the Beats X earbuds as it comes fully compatible with Android devices. But the non Apple products will not deliver an impressive performance like the Apple products will offer. Apple claims that the earbuds come with a very impressive battery life that can be extended up to 8 hours and the user can get up to 2 hours of listening time by plugging the earbuds in for 5 minutes.
The Beats X earbuds are charged through a Lightning connector which is an improvement from the microUSB plug generally used by beats headphones. The American tech major also claims that this earbuds has used Flex-Form cable that makes it comfortable for the user while it stays on the user’s neck.
When not in use, the Beats X wireless earbuds can stay attached to each other magnetically. The box also offers a carry case and removable wingtips offering a more comfortable fit. But one negative point for the device is that it doesn’t come sweat proof like the Powerbeats products from the brand.