It’s been a long time coming, but Nothing has finally unveiled official details about its latest innovation in the tech world: the Ear (stick).
Sonically, Nothing’s follow-up to the Ear (1) boasts a custom 12.6mm dynamic driver that results in rich depths, crystal-clear high frequencies, and bold low end that you wouldn’t imagine from such a small device. Much of this is in part to the use of premium driver magnets, which allows sound to stay consistent regardless of frequency levels. Additionally, the gadgeteers’ Bass Lock Technology ensures no lack of bass, as it accounts for your ear canal shape to automatically tune the EQ based on the user. On top of this, it features a redesigned antenna and three high-def mics that reduce latency and filter out background noise for clear phone calls.
The forthcoming release’s ergonomic half-in-ear design paves the way for maximum comfort. What’s more is each bud’s impressively weightless feel, as a single one weighs under 4.5 grams, paving the way for endless wearability. On that note, the Ear (stick) boasts all-day battery life when you utilize its unique case, which provides two hours of listening time with a mere 10-minute charging session. In the same vain that AirPods are tailored toward Apple devices, the Ear (stick) is optimized for Nothing’s game-changing Phone (1), as owners can adjust their EQ preferences in quick settings. And while its low-profile case is inspired by lipstick silhouettes, that shouldn’t deter any man from testing out the latest tech.
Nothing’s Ear (stick) earbuds are available to pre-order today for $99 but will release on November 4.