It’s headphone time. Wired headsets are on the downtrend and the world is moving into wireless headsets. Apple has initiated the trend of wireless headphones with Air-pods. They are touch-sensitive, wireless charging and have impressive sound quality. The problem was, they are very expensive and due to that numerous other companies have started manufacturing their own and one of these is the ‘i’ series. Today we cover yet another TWS headset, the i100. Let’s see what the rate is like.
- Bluetooth version: 5.0
- Material: ABS
- Effective straight line distance: 10 meters
- Battery: single headset 30mah charging cabin 350mah
- Play time: 1 – 2 hours
- Standby time: 4 hours
- Charging time: about 0.5 – 1 hour for headphones
- Wireless charging: yes
- Pop-up window: yes
The i200 TWS Stereo Earbuds comes in the same design with the Apple Airpods. It is made from solid material just like the airpod using the ABS and Metal material here they are both needed to ensure the device stand the test of time. This time the i1200 TWS is way lighter, weighing just 3.4grams. Thus making it very easy to ball with and carry about
The i200 TWS run on the brand new 5.0 chipset featuring a highly responsive touch sensor in order to come as close as possible to the touch feedback found on the Apple Airpods. This same sensor is also responsible for boosting the Bluetooth range and improves battery performance.
Speaking of battery, each i200 TWS features a 35mAh battery and is good for 2 to 3 hours of non-stop music playback. When it’s time to charge the earbuds, you will simply need to put them back into their charging case, which is also a 350mAh power bank. Bringing the earphones up to a full charge will take from 30mins. Further, the charging case can re-fuel the i200 Buds with another 3 to 4 times of charge. Which is like you will get 12 hours of music playback and 120 hours of standby time. The wireless connection distance for the earbuds is 10 to 15 meters and you can easily navigate music playback and other functionality via touch controls. For instance, a double-tap on the right earbud will let you adjust the volume; a tap on the left earbud will let you go forward and backward between tracks — and more.