Wyze has made a name for itself by selling dirt-cheap things that work surprisingly well, especially security cameras, bulbs and other smarthome gadgets. It has recently been expanded to more mobile-friendly technology, including a full-size set of noise-canceling headphones. The next logical step for the company is in the exploding segment of true wireless earphones, and then we are here: Wyze Buds Pro.

For $ 60, the Wyze Buds Pro does not seem to be the shocking trade that Wyze̵

7;s other gadgets are (especially since it does not yet include shipping). After all, you can find $ 30 earplugs in just about any electronics store or actually a department or pharmacy. But Wyze is betting that the inclusion of active noise reduction, still not a standard feature below the $ 100 level, makes up the difference. The manufacturer claims it can negate up to forty decibels of noise from outside, including wind, with three microphones on each knob.

Other surprisingly premium features include a walk-through audio mode, wireless charging on the case and six-hour battery life with the ANC turned off. (It drops to 4.5 hours with ANC on.) The case is good for two recharges for a total of 18 hours from the charger. Buds Pro works with Alexa, but not Google Assistant (at least not on the specification sheet). Sensors in each knob automatically pause music if they fall out, and the bar design includes the usual touch elements.

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Wyze Buds Pro is ready for pre-order today, but will unfortunately not be delivered until July. The campaign page says that there is a new “buddy” product that skips the active noise reduction, but encounters battery life up to a total of 24 hours. Hopefully it also drops the price.