HP today unveiled its first wireless noise-canceling headphones, HP Elite Wireless Earbuds, at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show.
The headphones received a matte black case with a small glossy HP on each earbud.
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The HP Elite Wireless Earbuds support a frequency range of 20 ~ 18000 Hz (Hz) and have a sensitivity of 103 dB (SPL at 1000 Hz). The headphones have two noise-canceling modes – active and passive. The omnidirectional microphone has a nominal sensitivity of 94 dB SPL.
The earbuds also support Microsoft Swift Pair, making it easy to switch between Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices. The device is charged via the USB-C port. A 15-minute charge is enough for 1.5 hours of music playback.
HP Elite Wireless Earbuds Price
The HP Elite Wireless Earbuds will go on sale in April for about $200.