At last year’s CES, Shure presented its first true wireless earbuds called Aonic 215 – and in September even the second generation of the model. However, both pairs come with ear hooks. Now the company has launched a new model of true wireless earbuds with a more “traditional” design that you would now associate with the product category. It’s called Aionic Free, and while larger than its competitors in the market, it’s actually hook-free.
The Aionic Free with its foam plugs and angled design prevents noise from entering your ears. It can listen to music for up to seven hours, while the carrying case holds up to two full charges for a total of 21 hours. The earbuds also have a quick charge function that allows one hour of playback within 15 minutes in the case.
You can control volume, playback, and take calls with a single press of the earbuds. If you’d like to customize the button functionality, you can do so through the company’s app. The app also lets you personalize how much noise you want to let in when Ambient Mode is on, customize notifications, and play standard and rental music files. Shure’s Aionic Free is in stores and in Company website for $ 199.
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