My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy

My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy

My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy

There are already many brands that have their wireless headset model with charge box, and Xiaomi has now presented an improved edition of the Mi AirDots. They are the Mi AirDots Pro, and as its name indicates they represent an evolution when adding new functions and improving performance.

The AirDots that we saw had as key the price, with an exit price of 25 euros to the change. And although in this case that figure rises to be a more complete product, the cost is still more discreet than similar proposals such as Apple’s AirPods, the Sony WF-1000X or the Samsung Galaxy IconX.

My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy
My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy

Ficha t├ęcnica de los Xiaomi Mi AirDots Pro

Features Xiaomi Mi AirDots Pro
7 mm diaphragm unit, Neodymium magnet
Impedance 16 ohms
Wireless In-ear type
Bluetooth connection 4.2
IOS and Android compatibility
Charging time 1 hour approx. for full load (according to the manufacturer)
Autonomy Up to 10 hours (depending on the manufacturer)
Charging the USB type C case
Extras Noise cancellation, IPX4 water resistance, support for AAC codec
Weight 5.8 grams per headset (with case 58 grams)
Price 399 yuan on the Xiaomi Chinese website

Low weight and handling by touch

The design is somewhat different from the Mi AirDots Youth, since they have an extension that stands out from the auditory pavilion as in the case of Apple AirPods. In the same way that these are introduced in the cargo box by this salient, in fact said box recalls a little to that of Apple according to the photos they have published.

They have controls for playback, calls and voice assistant, playing with the press of the power button and the touches to the headphones. Two taps on the right ear will serve to activate and stop playback, two on the left will call the voice assistant and three seconds pressing the power button will serve to turn off the noise canceling.

My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy
My AirDots Pro: Xiaomi continues to make it difficult to compete on price with a wireless headset with 10 hours of autonomy

Although they are apparently larger than the Youth, they are quite light with a weight of 5.8 grams per headset. They can be used independently, in fact we can share them with another user without problem.

Up to 10 hours of use

As for connectivity, the AirDots Pro have Bluetooth 4.2 and are retrocompatible, being able to connect to any device with this connection and being compatible for both iOS and Android. If we are more than 30 minutes without using them, the headphones turn off automatically in order to save battery.And spinning with this, what at the moment we know in a matter of autonomy is that the complete load is made in an hour and that the average autonomy is of 10 hours with a continuous use. For audio performance, the AirDots Pro integrate a 7-nanometer neodymium magnet and a titanium-covered diaphragm.

Price and availability of the Xiaomi Mi AirDots Pro

As indicated at the beginning, the headphones have active noise cancellation, in addition to an IPX4 water resistance (which is interesting especially if we practice exercising with headphones). The total weight of the headphones inside the box is 58 grams, which incorporates a type C USB charging and the product includes three sets of pads of different sizes (and a sleeve to transport them).
At the moment it is a product announced for the country of origin of the brand, appearing on the Chinese website of Xiaomi for a price of 399 yuan, which is about 50 euros to change. They go on sale in China this same Friday, January 11, so we will be attentive to their departure outside the borders of the country and if it reaches other continents such as Europe or America, but at the moment there is no data about it.

 

 

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