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Mobvoi is back with a new Indiegogo campaign for TicPods Free true wireless earbuds

Now that various Android OEMs have launched phones without headphone jacks, purchasers have had to reluctantly concede that true wired-free earbuds want to be a thing. And they are, with a few compelling options accessible from the likes of Jaybird, Bose, and Zolo (with the aid of Anker). They’re nonetheless by no means reasonably-priced, however, so it is exactly the proper time for the TicPods free from Mobvoi to go into the fray.

Movboi’s TicPods free are, just put, true wireless, AI-powered earbuds that are like minded with voice assistants, along with Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa.

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TicPods Free True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds Features

Android and iOS compatibility
Google Assistant, Siri, and Alexa compatibility
Intuitive side touch panel – enables users to control their audio by touching the side of the earbuds through gestures, including:
Swiping up and down on the stem to adjust volume
Double tapping on the pods to answer or end a call; when not on calls, double-tapping will skip to the next song in your playlist
Long pressing for two seconds to reject calls; or, when not on calls, to activate your phone’s voice assistant
Automatic in-ear detection –allows TicPods Free to know when you’re listening so that audio automatically plays when both pods are inserted into your ears while removing either will pause your audio
Call audio in both ears –hear and be heard more clearly since both earbuds will be broadcasting rather than just the right one
Noise cancelling technology – the mics in each earbud are engineered to deliver the best possible call quality through advanced digital ambient noise reduction so you’re heard clearly on calls
Noise isolating design – hear more clearly as the ergonomic design of the earbuds block out outside noise so you can focus on what you want to hear; two sizes of silicone tips will come in the box so that various ear canal sizes are covered
95dB SPL speaker– provide louder overall volume while saving on power usage; this is especially useful when taking calls in noisy environments
Extended battery –A single charge lasts 4 hours, requiring just 40 minutes of charging before reaching full capacity, and when combined with its portable charging case, gives you up to 18 hours of battery life
IPX5 rating– Water resistant to rain and sweat
Award-winning design – TicPods Free boast Red Dot and iF product design awards
Available in three colors –white, blue and red

TicPods Free True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds Price

If you’re interested in getting a pair, you can do so for a pledge of US$79. Assuming everything works out, they should ship in July. The planned retail price is $129 (Apple AirPods cost $159). But if you still want more efficient then this, then the Sony WF-1000X True Wireless Earbuds is the only one that’s just right, revealed at seattle tech events.