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Earin pronounces A-3, third technology. Actual wi-fi earbuds

If you’re new to Earin, you should know that the Sweden-based company was the first to introduce true wireless in-ear headphones in 2015, defining a new product category that has quickly become a pretty busy market up to this year.

Earin introduced the A-3, the company’s third generation true wireless earbud, at CES ShowStoppers 2021. Considered the smallest earbud on the market, the A-3 brings Scandinavian design to the masses with a price tag of $ 199 and the option to choose between black and silver models. A special Kickstarter Edition is already available exclusively.

Despite its small footprint of 20mm x 17mm x 15.8mm and 3.5g, the A-3 has a large 14.3mm dynamic driver with a frequency response (a metric that not many headphone and Announce earbuds) from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.

The charging case (Earin calls it the capsule) measures 58.5 mm x 47.2 mm x 21.2 mm and 50 g and fully charges the earphones in 1.5 hours. The total service life of the battery with the charging case is up to 30 hours.

With the Qualcomm QCC5121 MCU, the earphones are Bluetooth 5.0 compatible and offer a touch sensor (for control), an accelerometer (detection of correct wear from left and right), a proximity sensor (wear detection) and hall sensors (to detect the charging case).

The charging case is made of aluminum and the earphones themselves are rated for sweat, splash and dust resistance according to IP52.

In addition, the Earin A-3 gives you easy and seamless access to digital assistants such as Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri.

The Earin A-3 will be available in the first quarter on Earin.com and Amazon.

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