About a month ago, Beats launched its latest collaboration with techwear brand A-COLD-WALL*: the Limited Edition Studio3 Wireless set of Headphones. Now, the company is introducing the Beats Fit Pro earbuds.
The Beats Fit Pro earbuds are focused on sonic performance and an active lifestyle. The audio expert is advertising them as the most advanced earphones from the audio imprint, with high-quality performance, minimum treble distortion and impressive clarity.
The new all release is one-size fits all and it features a secure flexible wingtip design. It also presents Active Noise Cancelling (ANC), Transparency and Adaptive EQ properties that improve clarity during phone calls.
The Fit Pro earbuds come with Class 1 Bluetooth® technology, skin-detect sensors and the Apple H1 Chip, thanks to which we are gifted with a dynamic, unique and immersive sound experience. The new earphones arrive in a pocket-sized USB-C case that also works as a charger, providing a total of 27 hours of battery life.
According to the company, a 5 minute Fast Fuel charge system will provide the user with an hour of battery life.
In tune with its sustainability commitment, Beats had set goals to remove plastic components from its products and packaging, and reduce overall material usage. For this new design, the company has in fact used recycled plastic to construct the Fit Pro’s internals. As well, they opted for a zero-waste packaging made of wood fiber and post-consumer recycled materials.
The Beats Fit Pro earphones will arrive today in the U.S. with a price of $200 USD. They are available in four colorways: in the classical white and black tones, as well as in “Stone Purple” and “Sage Gray” shades. The earbuds will hit the markets in other countries starting next year.
In similar news, Apple unveils third-generation Airpods with Spatial Audio.