Carl Pei’s latest startup, Nothing, is preparing to announce its first product, a pair of TWS earphones called Nothing ear (1), next week. Now, let’s first take a look at the unique, almost transparent charging case that houses and charges your TWS earphones prior to its launch on July 27th.
No ears (1) Charging case revealed
After confirming the price and the fact that Nothingear (1) features high-end active noise canceling (ANC), Carl Pei shared details about the device in a recent interview with CNET.The publication also shared the image Transparent Charging case for storing empty ears (1) TWS earphones. However, the earphone design is still obscured.
For those who don’t know, after starting his new venture, Pay has partnered with various designers to realize his vision of transparent electronics. As for the ear (1), no one has created its own transparent design in collaboration with Swedish consumer electronics brand Teenage Engineering.
The company shares an official video to showcase the challenges and obstacles it had to overcome to design the Nothing Year (1). In addition, Pei mentioned the specific challenges he faced when designing TWS earphones. It clearly creates a transparent design that never looks cheap.
Now, when you come to the charging case, you can see in the image above, it has an almost transparent design with two dedicated slots for storing and charging the earphones.According to Pay, empty ears (1) can be Achieves up to 24 hours of battery life Combine with a case with ANC turned on. With ANC turned off, battery life is up to 36 hours.
The device has been confirmed to have AirPods Pro level ANC, Pretty aggressive price.. In India, the Nothing ear (1) was found to cost Rs 5,999, much cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro (Rs 15,990) and AirPods Pro. 24,900 in India. Instead of competing with these devices, the Nothing ear (1) competes with more budget-centric devices such as the Google Pixel Buds A.
The company will launch Nothingear (1) at a virtual launch event on July 27th and will be livestreamed on its official website.