Amazfit latest outfits can encourage you to adjust your behavior
Health-focused brand Amazfit has unveiled its latest headset, the PowerBuds Pro. They are real wireless headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) up to 40dB and some health monitoring features, relying on the original heart rate monitoring in PowerBuds.
According to the company, PowerBuds Pro could use an accelerometer to detect the angle of incidence of the cervical spine. If your neck has been in the same position for a long time, the eardrums can push you to make an adjustment and improve your posture. In addition, Amazfit says the loops can detect when you start running and automatically start tracking your running time, speed, distance, calories burned and more. You can sync your heart rate data with fitness apps like RunKeeper and MapMyRun.
There are several ANC profiles that you can choose from depending on your environment. Indoor mode focuses on eliminating ghosts like oppression, air conditioning and background chats. In external mode, you will still hear announcements, Amazfit claims, but ANC technology will suppress vibrating engines. There is also a drill mode, which blocks out noises like the wind but still lets you hear traffic for safety. Adapter mode, meanwhile, will adjust ANC based on your environment.
Each of the headphones has three microphones and AI noise reduction in order to help you have a clear quality of the phone call. The PowerBuds Pro will run for up to nine hours on a single charge, according to Amazfit, and the charging tape can extend its life to 30 hours.
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