Xiaomi's new Apple AirPods copycat earphones arrive on January 11 for $60

Xiaomi's new Apple AirPods copycat earphones arrive on January 11 for $60
Xiaomi is not the only company that tries to copy Apple, but it's one of the not so many that managed to appeal to a large audience with such products. The company's new AirDots Pro wireless earphones strongly resemble Apple's AirPods, minus the premium price.

The sequel to the original AirDots that were launched on the market a few months ago, the AirDots Pro will be available for purchase in China starting January 11 for just $60, less than half the price of Apple's AirPods.

Xiaomi's earphones are fully compatible with Android smartphones and iPhones but will work on Windows notebooks as well. The Chinese company claims the earbuds can function independently from one another and users will still benefit from the same sound quality.

The earphones feature active noise-cancelation technology for calls, along with touch controls for voice assistant, calls and music. They should offer up to 4 hours of music playback on a single charge, while the charging case offers an additional 10 hours of charge, Xiaomi claims.

The AirDots Pro wireless earphones will most likely be launched in other countries in the coming months, but we have yet to learn whether or not they will be made available in the United States.


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