Although it stands out especially in the computer segment, Lenovo also has a presence in the tablet market, in the smartphone market and in the accessories market. It is precisely in this last group that we find his new proposal: the True Wireless headphones Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro.
Among the features of this new model are a design in line with the ThinkBook line of computers and accessories, and functions especially aimed at professional users, such as optimization for both Microsoft Skype and Microsoft Teams.
With bluetooth and USB receiver
Unlike most headphones on the market, the charging case of this Lenovo model has a sliding lid, very similar to the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro. This charging case allows the ThinkBook Pods Pro to be fully recharged in just 30 minutes and increase their autonomy from 2 to 20 hours.
In addition to being paired with any phone via bluetooth, these headphones can also be connected to the computer thanks to an included USB receiver. And the Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro are designed for professional use, so they not only have a dedicated application called ‘Lenovo Bud’dy’ to manage them, but also have been optimized for Skype and Microsoft Teams. That way, you can use touch gestures to accept and reject calls, as well as switch between devices.
Each of the two earbuds weighs about 3.57 grams and features a dual microphone for ENC (environmental noise cancellation). Of course, do not expect to find ANC (active noise cancellation) in them.
Lenovo’s ThinkBook Pods Pro headphones have gone on sale in China at a price of 999 yuan, which is equivalent to about 128 euros to the current change. At the moment, we do not know if they will reach other markets and at what price.
Via | Gizmochina