If you are a serious Pokémon fan, wouldn’t you like to buy a pair of wireless earbuds that you can charge in the Poké ball?
Razer and Pokémon have jointly launched the Pikachu true wireless headphones, and this time it is a highlight in the shape of its charging box! The Pokémon Pikachu true wireless earbuds adopt Pikachu’s iconic color (yellow) and have a Pikachu design on its back instead of the classic Razer logo.
The most interesting thing this time is a Poké Ball-shaped charging case with a strap and illuminated front button. The central LED indicator will display different lights according to the power situation to display the power status of the headset.
The earphones, which are currently only available in China from April 16, are equipped with 13 mm drivers, support for the Bluetooth 5.0 standard and automatic pairing, low-latency connection. Thanks to these drivers, you can get the bass rhythm you need during the day. It also supports the touch function and voice assistant. It should be noted that the voice instructions have the voice of Pikachu.
The Pikachu true wireless earbuds have IPX4 anti-splashing light and passive noise-reducing silicone earplugs, making it difficult for users to drop when wearing and hence suitable for outdoor activities.
Pikachu Earbuds does not have much heartwarming data about the battery. But as long as you have the Poké ball with you, it’s okay. A single charge offers a playtime of about 3 hours, while with the Poké Ball-shaped charging case, it lasts up to 15 hours. In general, if we assume that we will listen to music while going to work, this is sufficient time. Although this headset is technically far behind to compete with the wireless headphones of Sony and Apple, it is as ambitious in terms of both design and sympathy.