The UGREEN HiTune T2 These are the new wireless headphones from the accessories brand. They stand out for their low latency, wireless charging, and noise cancellation. Everything below the psychological barrier of 50 $.
Ugreen is one of those Chinese companies that have earned its reputation by creating all kinds of accessories, cables and peripherals with excellent value for money, as has happened with other firms like Anker or Aukey. Now they present their new TWS headset, the HiTune T2 and come to improve the first version.
Today we no longer need to spend a fortune on good wireless headphones. Technology Noise cancellation It has become more democratic, we have very good autonomy, fast charging, water resistance … we have more options than ever even for those on the tightest budgets.
UGREEN HiTune T2, features
The UGREEN HiTune T2 headphones come with a price from $ 45.99 and among its main improvements is the improvement in connection latency. Ugreen claims to have improved the transmission allowing a latency of 60ms to avoid cuts and desynchronizations especially during games.
The earphones incorporate dynamic 14.2mm speakers and up to 4 microphones, two in each earpiece. Among them, ambient sound is captured to apply noise cancellation and they also claim to have improved the quality during calls.
Its battery life is 4 hours per charge, but the magnetic carrying case has built-in battery for 20 hours more. In addition, they have a fast charge: with 15 minutes inside the box, they recover the battery for 1 hour of reading.
Another improvement of the case is its ability to wireless charging if we have a Qi charger. Otherwise, we can still use the USB-C cable.
All Ugreen HiTune T2 headset controls are fully tactile. With long keys or presses, you can control music playback, volume control, incoming calls and access the phone’s voice assistant. Google Assistant in the case of using an Android and Siri if they are paired via Bluetooth to an iPhone.
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