Groov-e launches true wireless in-ear headphones with Airbuds #headphones #tech

Groov-e, a leading UK tech brand, has launched Airbuds, its first fully wireless in-ear earbuds. Allowing users to be free from any cables or neckbands, the new Airbuds offer uncompromised, completely wireless sound with impressive stereo audio quality. A sleek, compact and minimalistic design makes the Airbuds, which are available now for £54.99, perfect for anyone, whether they’re commuting, exercising or taking calls from the office.

Boasting Bluetooth V4.1 technology, users are able to connect the Airbuds seamlessly with any smart- device that’s up to 10 metres away. Delivering up to three hours of listening time and 20 hours on standby, users simply place the Airbuds inside the carry case when the battery is low. The portable case, which doubles up as a charger, will then provide an additional seven hours of music playback, allowing users to stay connected for non-stop listening on the go.

Comfortable and lightweight, the Airbuds come with extra earbuds to ensure users get the perfect fit. Featuring a built-in mic and on-earbud controls, users have the power to answer or reject incoming calls or switch their music without a wire or device in sight.

Kunal Patel, Director, Groov-e said: “Wireless headphones are becoming more and more popular and the Airbuds are the perfect option for anyone looking for an inexpensive set of true wireless earphones. We’re confident customers will be impressed with the overall design and sound experience that the Airbuds offer.”

The Airbuds true wireless earphones are available now from www.groov-e.co.uk for £54.99.

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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