The Apple AirPods brought a true wireless headsets experience to the market and quickly became popular. But do you know how much the new AirPods cost? -$159. For Apple fans, it’s a regular pricing. But for those who are not obsessed with everything the Cupertino-based company comes in with, they are overpriced. Never mind! The new Xiaomi Bluetooth Headset AirDots Youth Edition, which uses Bluetooth 5.0, is priced only at $59.99. Thus, for the 1/3 of AirPods price, you can have the same true wireless experience.
The Xiaomi Bluetooth Headset AirDots Youth Edition uses an upgraded Bluetooth 5.0 connection, which is more resistant to signal interference than the Bluetooth 4.2 standard used in commercially available true wireless Bluetooth headsets. As you should know, it enables a more stable Bluetooth connection. The problem of single-ear disconnection that frequently occurs in the Bluetooth 4.2 era is greatly reduced.
Moreover, the Xiaomi Bluetooth Headset AirDots Youth Edition doesn’t yield any of its competitors in terms of appearance as well. It is extremely lightweight, weighing only 4.2g. It also comes with a beveled ear design, which not only provides a firm wearing but also isolates noise. In the light shape, it also maintains an excellent endurance, playing music for up to 4 hours in both ears. But they can provide up to 12 hours of a lifetime when using with the charging box.
When taken out from the charging box, the headset will automatically boot, and automatically connected to the previously connected device. In contrast, it will automatically shut down and charge when put back into the box. There are touch panels on both sides of the earphone, which is used to pause of playing, answer and reject the calls, etc.
As you can guess, there is a trick. The Xiaomi Bluetooth Headset AirDots Youth Edition also supports Xiao AI voice assistant, which seems to be a must for all latest Xiaomi products. With its help, you can realize various operations on your smartphone being far from it. Say, you can send messages or make calls by ‘talking to your earbuds’.