After debuting at London Fashion Week in September, Nothing’s second wireless earphones were finally announced yesterday. The biggest design selling point of Ear (stick) wireless earphones is its cylindrical charging case similar to lipstick, and the earphones can be taken out or stored by rotating the bottom. The Ear (stick) itself maintains the brand’s black-and-white and translucent design language, but is actually not the same structure as the Ear (1) released last year.
Nothing Ear (stick) wireless earphones have a semi-open design and weigh only 4.4g, but they do not have active noise cancellation. The Ear (stick) advertises a comfortable fit and long-term use, making it Nothing’s entry-level wireless earphones.
Other design features include antenna placement away from the face to reduce signal occlusion by the head, while the Ear (stick) features a custom 12.6mm driver, plus Bass Lock technology that detects and compensates for semi-open bass loss in real time. Nothing has specially set up 3 radio microphones on each side for the Ear (stick), and cooperates with a new algorithm to filter more than 1 million kinds of noise to improve the radio and noise reduction capabilities. Ear (stick) supports IP54 dust and water resistance, adopts pressure-sensitive control, and also provides custom functions. The built-in battery provides up to 7 hours of continuous use, the charging case provides an additional 22 hours of power, and a 10-minute quick charge provides 2 hours of use. Ear (stick) will be available on November 4th, priced at HK$899.
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