Google announces the Pixel Buds A-Series wireless headset at $ 99

Google recently announced the Pixel Buds A-Series wireless headset, which comes at a lower pricing level with connectivity improvements, and a price of $99. The A-Series headset comes with the same specifications that were presented in the second generation of the Pixel Buds headset, with a design that supports touch sensitivity, to perform tasks via touch once, two or triple touch, or long-press to activate the digital assistant, and the wireless headset also supports gestures.

On the other hand, the headset does not support scrolling to control the level of acoustics, so the user will have to control via voice commands to the Google Assistant, as Google focuses on the adaptive acoustics feature that is set according to the environment surrounding the user.

The Pixel Buds A-Series headset also comes with Bass Boost to enhance the acoustics in low tones, and the headset includes a custom 12mm dynamic amplifier driver, with two microphones, and the headset also features a triple-ear mount system.

The design of the headset also features a soft rubber arc with a curve that conforms to the user's ear, the headset supports IPX4 standards and automatically stops when the headset is pulled from the ear thanks to the infrared proximity sensors.

And the Pixel Buds A-Series headset lasts with a charging life of up to 5 hours, or 24 hours with the charging case that supports charging via the USB-C port only, and the headset is scheduled to be available on June 17 at a price of $ 99.

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