According to TechPowerUp, Yamaha has launched the TW-E5B true wireless earbuds, which it claims can provide up to 8.5 hours of single listening time, and the charging case can charge 2.5 times.
According to reports, a major disadvantage of the TWS earbuds that are common in the market now is that the battery life is not long. Yamaha’s latest product, the TW-E5B, focuses on long battery life. But this earbuds does not support active noise cancellation.
The Yamaha TW-E5B incorporates some Yamaha-exclusive features, such as Yamaha True Sound, which can provide more realism, detail and clarity to the audio being played. Yamaha also has a feature called Hearing Protection, which protects hearing by reducing the volume of certain frequencies that can cause hearing damage.
In terms of other features, the earbuds support Qualcomm’s clear voice capture technology and aptX Adaptive, there is a specific game mode, and supports both Siri and Google Assistant.
Qucox has learned that the Yamaha TW-E5B true wireless earbuds will be available in April for £138.