Audio-Technica ATH-SQ1TW is a square pair of wireless earbuds for just £79

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(Pocket-lint) - Audio-Technica has launched a styish brace of wireless earbuds. Although they deficiency immoderate premium features, they bash outgo good nether $100.

Called the ATH-SQ1TW, these "true wireless earphones" diagnostic 5.8mm drivers and a low-latency mode, which means, according to Audio-Technica, that your music, games, and videos volition ever beryllium successful sync and delivered to your ears with clear, almighty sound.

You'll besides beryllium capable to perceive your ain dependable and biology noises if you request to with the company's hear-through feature. Having said that, the Japanese company's caller earbuds bash look to deficiency active sound cancellation.

Still, they are affordable, and Audio-Technica promises they connection dependable is solid. The ATH-SQ1TW besides supposedly supply 6.5 hours of playback, with an further 13 hours from the included charging case, for a full of 19.5 hours. That makes them perfectly suited for mundane use. 

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Audio-Technica's ATH-SQ1TW is simply a quadrate  brace  of wireless earbuds for conscionable  £79 photograph  2

They athletics a quadrate IPX4-equivalent splashproof design, which is disposable successful six finishes: Blueberry, Caramel, Popsicle, Cupcake, Black, and White. The Blueberry, Caramel, and Cupcake colourways are exclusive to Audio-Technica’s website astatine launch. The others volition beryllium disposable to bargain elsewhere.

If immoderate of this interests you, the ATH-SQ1TW is present disposable successful the US and the UK. They outgo $79/£79.99/ €89.

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Writing by Maggie Tillman. Originally published connected 1 December 2021.

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