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Meizu EP52 Lite Bluetooth Headset Now Available From $19.99

Last year, Chinese manufacturer, Meizu, released a plethora of products including three smartphones and a couple of accessories. One of the launched accessories is the Meizu EP52 Lite which is the lower version of the Meizu EP52 which was launched sometime in August.  Meizu released the EP52 Lite sports Bluetooth headset, which is designed for the younger folks. The neck hanging design is magnetic and it comes with a three-button remote control. The EP52 Lite is lightweight with a 2.3g single-sided headphone weight.

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In terms of acoustic performance, the specially designed 10mm bio-diaphragm (dynamic coil) is wrapped in the earphone cavity, and the sound cavity structure is specially optimized. The impedance is 32 ohms and the frequency response range is 20 Hz~20 kHz. The call function features an omnidirectional MEMS microphone and it also uses a software algorithm for noise reduction.

The general design of the Meizu EP52 Lite Sports Bluetooth Headset uses an ultrasonic assembly technology. It comes with a TPE skin-friendly wire, IPX5-grade waterproofing which prevents it from damage when sweating and during rainy weather. In terms of transmission, it supports Bluetooth 4.2 standard over a 10-meter distance.

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The Meizu EP52 Lite Sports Bluetooth Headset comes with a 100 mAh battery which offers 8 hours music playback time, 200 hours standby time and a 90-minute charging time. This headset is offered in three colors, dark blue, cloud gray and moon white. It is currently priced at 129 Yuan ($19). However, you can only buy it at launch price if you have a contact in China and your Chinese is pretty good. Nevertheless, for those who do not have these qualities, you got to pay a few bucks extra from third-party stores. For now, we have found this new product on Gearbest for $19.99. We will update this article with more links as come alive.

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Richie

I have been a strong follower of Android devices since the release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Right now, Chinese tech completely fascinates me because they are probably the only manufacturers who tries to merge budget and specs.

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