Sony has released the smallest noise canceling headphones


 Is it really possible to replicate the convenience of the original AirPods?

No sooner had the new Google Pixel Buds Pro headphones gone on sale than Sony dealt its blow to this segment.

The company introduced its new product in the LinkBuds line – LinkBuds S. It got a completely traditional appearance, as well as a couple of interesting features.

The first is active noise cancellation. Along with it, the device also boasts a “transparency” mode.

The second feature is the weight and dimensions. Sony says the LinkBuds S are “the world’s smallest and lightest noise canceling TWS headphones.”

You wear it and don't notice: Sony has released the smallest noise canceling headphones

Among other things, we can note protection against moisture and sweat according to the IPX4 standard, support for Sony’s proprietary LDAC codec, as well as up to 6 hours of battery life in noise reduction mode.

The start of sales of the new items is scheduled for May 20 at a price of $200.