Nothing Announces Ear (1) Wireless Headphones Will Increase Prices by 50%

Contrary to many products that have entered the end of their life cycle, Nothing Ear (1) wireless headphones will increase in price by 50% later this month.

Nothing CEO Carl Pei announced via Twitter earlier today that the Ear (1) wireless earphones will retail for $149 starting October 26. Carl Pei also claimed that the Ear (1) was a "completely different product" than when it launched, confirming that it has sold nearly 600,000 worldwide.

Carl Pei justified the price increase with increased development efforts, including hiring more than 180 engineers to work on Nothing after the Ear (1) wireless headset was launched. Rising inflation levels and a weaker pound may also have affected the pricing strategy of Nothing Ear (1) wireless earphones.

The Nothing Ear (1) wireless headset will be released in July 2021. The product adopts an in-ear design. Half of the headset shell is fully transparent, and the internal noise-canceling microphone, filter, and PCBA can be clearly seen. circuit board. The earphone weighs only 4.7g per ear, is equipped with an 11.6mm large-diameter moving coil unit, and has a large front and rear sound cavity to ensure excellent high-frequency, mid-frequency, and low-frequency sound quality. The charging box of this headset is also fully transparent, which is very unique and delicate and supports wireless charging. The intermediate circuit and battery pack are encased, and the headphone stem has two charging contacts.

Battery life: When the headset is turned off noise reduction, the headset can last for 5.7 hours, and the charging box can last up to 34 hours. With active noise cancellation turned on, the single ear can last 4 hours, and the charging box can last 24 hours.

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