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Meizu, a manufacturer of smartphones and accessories such as Bluetooth speakers and headphones, has launched a new, practical pair of headphones with the EP52 Lite sports headphones. The in-ear headphones can be used for music, system audio from the connected devices, app sound and phone calls. A microphone is also built in for this. The Meizu EP52 Lite sports headphones are currently still available at the release price. GearBest is selling the first 30 units per day through September 50th for just $ 9,99 instead of the regular $ 18,99. The action page can be found with this link.
According to the manufacturer, the Meizu EP52 Lite in-ear headphones are made of a very skin-friendly material and have IPX5 protection. By definition, water jets from any direction should not harm the headphones or their components. However, other data will be more important for the ultimate use: the 100 mAh battery should be able to play back up to 8 hours of music, enable up to 6 hours of phone calls or be able to hold up to 200 hours of standby. With Quick Charge it is ready for use again within 1,5 hours. In addition to the headphones, the scope of delivery also includes ear membranes in S, M and L as well as a charging cable, operating instructions and a transport box.
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If you dare to take a look at the product page, you will not only find the technical data of the Meizu EP52 Lite in-ear headphones there, but also more pictures of the product. What stands out positively here is first of all the flat neck band, which in my experience is much more comfortable to wear with such headphones than a round, thin cable. Incidentally, the headphone cable and neck band are not only separated by the control unit with three buttons on one side, but also by another capsule (the battery?) On the other side. This should prevent the tape from slipping to one side or the other.
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.