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Redmi Buds 3 Pro, Xiaomi’s new headphones, with noise reduction, for 35 euros

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The international version of the AirDots 3 Pro is already a reality around the world.

Redmi, from Xiaomi, has presented the Redmi Buds 3 Pro, its new TWS headphones, with a new name to reach the markets outside of China.

They are created especially for gamers, since they have opted for low latency (69ms in gaming mode) and Bluetooth 5.2, with a really low price, less than 50 dollars with a discount of 10 dollars that can be obtained on the same aliexpress website, so only today, July 21, they can be obtained for 35 Euros.

It has gesture control, something very useful to play music and start an assistant, but what is most striking is the active noise cancellation of 35dB with different modes (high, balanced and low). It has three microphones for that purpose, thus reducing ambient noise.

They are waterproof, with IPX4 protection, and its bluetooth has a connection radius of 10 meters.

The charge is micro usb, with 3 hours of autonomy with ANC. The battery is 35 mAh, but the case has 470 mAh to charge them again (so up to 28 hours of music playback). With 10 minutes of charging, we have 3 more hours of battery life. Charged to 100% they can reach 6 hours of autonomy no noise cancellation.

Redmi is a Xiaomi subsidiary that presented its first mobile in 2013. Today it is already a very popular brand in some countries, including Spain, thanks to its extremely aggressive pricing policy and its great discounts during product launch days.

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