US based software giant Microsoft had in 2018 introduced the active-noise cancelling headphones with a Surface branded model. Now at the Mobile World Congress 2019, Lenovo is introducing an audio device of its own with headphones that carry its Yoga label. The new audio device is an on-ear Yoga headphones that employ hybrid active and electronic noise cancelling microphones that help to blockout the world around you.
The onboard controls offer an easy access to voice control along with basic functions like the volume adjustments. Lenovo has also promised better audio for the conference calls or Skype Chats with the help of a Smart Voice Pickup feature. Overall, the company has claimed that the device can be used for chatting just as much as you will for listening to tunes. Lenovo put it, “immersive entertainment or focused productivity.”
The sound quality of the Yoga Headphones comes from the Dolby-tuned drivers and high-fidelity sound. The users and audio gadget enthusiasts will be able to get their hands on the device this week. At the same time, the company has not talked much about the battery life that that information will be out in a few days time, when the actual reviews of the products will be out from actual users.
Lenovo has also used the Bluetooth 5 and USB-C and the latter of which is increasingly becoming the standard on wireless headphones. Last but not the least is the folding design which means that the Yoga headphones will also be easier to pack in the bag and has been made with premium materials like aluminum finished earcups that has helped to enhance the entire look. The much awaited Yoga ANC headphones will go on sale in Europe in June, 2019 and will arrive in the US only in July, 2019. The buyers are expected to pay €158 and $170 respectively for the Yoga Headphones. More details of the headphones will be revealed soon.
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