India’s home-grown electronics company Mivi has strengthened its product portfolio by launching wireless duopods. To offer a fully immersive audio experience, the Company has launched wireless duopods Mivi F60.
The ergonomic and lightweight Mivi duopods are equipped with 13mm electro-dynamic drivers to offer studio-quality sound to let you enjoy every beat of your favourite songs. The earbuds that fit comfortably in the ear, features Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) to ensure a seamless audio conversation and an immersive audio experience.
Featuring a dual microphone for clear voice input and output while on the phone, the device supports voice assistants like Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant to enhance user experience and convenience.
The feather-light duo pods are equipped with a high-quality microphone to offer a complete hands-free experience. Users can accept and reject calls and regulate the volume with a slight tap on the earbuds.
IPX4 rating and playtime
Mivi duopods can run for up to 50 hours of playtime at 70% volume on a single charge. It has a USB Type-C charging connector for superfast charging. The wireless earbuds are also IPX4 water and sweat-resistant, making it the perfect for use during workouts or in the rain. In addition to this, Mivi duopods has extremely low latency, which makes gaming much more enjoyable and engaging.
Availability of Mivi F60
Offered at an introductory price of Rs 999 on launch day, the Mivi DuoPods F60 will be available for Rs 1499. The Mivi F60 is available for sale from Flipkart, and the Mivi website, effective April 25. There is a one-year warranty against manufacturing defects of Mivi DuoPods F60.
Mivi F60 colour options
Mivi DuoPods F60 has been made available in four colours options – Green, Black, Blue and White.
Speaking on this occasion, Midhula Devabhaktuni, Co-founder and CMO, Mivi said, “We have packed Mivi DuoPods F60 with all the essential features, and this is the next step in giving our users a completely seamless connected experience.”
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