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JLab JBuds Mini announced: The smallest earbuds around?
- JLab has announced the JBuds Mini true wireless earbuds.
- The company claims these are the smallest wireless earbuds on the market.
- Expect to pay $39.99 when these earbuds go on sale from September 1.
True wireless earbuds come in all shapes and sizes, but what if you want the smallest buds possible? Well, JLab has something for you as it’s just announced the JBuds Mini.
JLab claims that the JBuds Mini are the smallest true wireless earbuds on the market among major manufacturers. The company adds that these new earbuds are 30% smaller than its previous Go Air Pop buds and have a smaller and lighter charging case than the “top leading brands on the market.”
These earbuds still come with a decent set of features, including noise canceling microphones in each bud, 6mm dynamic drivers, touch controls, and Bluetooth multi-point.
Other notable features include Bluetooth 5.3, Google Fast Pair, and an IP55 rating. As for endurance, you can expect 5.5 hours of playtime for each earbud and 20 hours of total playback when using the charging case. The biggest downside is the fact that the JBuds Mini only supports the SBC codec — no AAC, aptX, or anything else here.
The JLab JBuds Mini earbuds will be available for $39.99 when they launch. The earbuds will be available in Asia, Europe, and North America from September 1. JLab also showed the Nightfall gaming headset pictured above which is due to release around October 5. There is no confirmed pricing as yet for the JLab Nightfall headset.