Motorola has updated the Verve series of wireless headphones
Motorola has released three models of Bluetooth headsets: Vervebuds 100 TWS, Ververap 105, and Verveloop 105. New accessories, presented in different form factors, have good battery life, support for popular voice assistants, and are notable for their affordable price.
Fully wireless headphones Vervebuds 100 TWS support Hi-Fi Audio format and are equipped with an intelligent noise reduction system. The new product has touch panels for controlling functions such as play/pause, skip tracks, volume control, and answer/reject calls.
The new headset is available in two colors of cups and charging case (white and black) and is equipped with earbuds of three different sizes (L, M, S). Motorola Vervebuds 100 TWS are equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 module, protected from splashes according to IPX5 standard and can work up to five hours on a single charge, and taking into account the recharge from the case — up to 14 hours.
The Ververap 105 with neckband is only available in black and weighs only 18 grams. The headphones are equipped with a 15 mm driver and, according to Motorola, "pull" deep bass. The novelty received a remote control placed on the wire, a built-in microphone, and IPX5 water protection. The headset with a claimed autonomy of 8 hours is compatible with voice assistants Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa.
In-ear Bluetooth headphones Verveloop 105 also received a neckband, but, unlike the previous model, they are additionally equipped with ear hooks for a secure fit during sports.
New items have already gone on sale at the price:
- Motorola Vervebuds 100 - $36.51
- Motorola Ververap 105 - $24
- Motorola Verveloop 105 - $17.57