The new brand Nothing, established by Pei Yu, the former founder of OnePlus, has been warming up its first product continuously since the beginning of this year. Finally, this true wireless headset called Nothing Ear 1 officially appeared in front of you today. Since it is a wearable device, the appearance is naturally a selling point, and it has obtained the design of Teenage Engineering. Ear 1 is really eye-catching. It is based on the transparent case that the technology industry has been keen on, plus the dot matrix body of the Nothing brand. The text is very retro-style cyberpunk feel. However, it is worth paying attention to the hardware specifications, which are by no means inferior to those produced by audio brands.
Nothing Ear 1 still has a rod design that imitates AirPods Pro, but the black body is wrapped in a transparent shell to add a sense of design. The color of the headphone body is mainly white, and the 11.6mm moving coil unit is hidden inside. At the same time, Teenage Engineering also contributes to the tuning, and its tone is also worth looking forward to. Active noise reduction technology will naturally be equipped. As mentioned earlier, it will support three-microphone noise reduction and environmental sound effects. Headphone control is done through gestures on the touch panel, and there will also be wearing detection.
In terms of endurance, Nothing Ear 1 supports Qi wireless charging. The stand-alone playback time will be 4 hours after ANC is turned on, and 24 hours with the charging box, and up to 34 hours when ANC is turned off. Fast charging can also charge enough power for one hour of use for the headset in 10 minutes. The body of Nothing Ear 1 is IPX4 waterproof, and there is also an iOS / Android app that provides earphones and EQ.
The price is the 99 dollars that Nothing said earlier. It will be sold in limited quantities on July 31 and will be officially available on August 17. Nothing online shopAnd the designated channel is on the shelves, the news of the Hong Kong listing will be updated later. Interested friends, please pay close attention to our follow-up report on the Chinese version of Engadget.