Updated on December 8th, 2021
Palm is back again in the market featuring true wireless earbuds named Palm Buds Pro. After the Palm phone that was released in 2019, this is the second gadget that the company is rolling out for customers.
The vision for Palm Buds Pro was to provide a game-changing audio experience at an affordable price,” said Dennis Miloseski, co-founder at Palm. “Pro-level, studio-grade wireless earbuds shouldn’t break the bank. We worked hard to identify the features customers cared most about and focused there; bass-heavy studio grade sound, industry leading ANC/ENC technology, and a friendly price point for pro-level specs.”
Palm claims that the earbuds deliver “studio grade audio”. Battery life is four and a half hours when active noise cancellation is enabled. If switched off, it can extend up to 5.5 hours of playtime. Considering the case recharges as well, the earbuds can deliver over 24 hours of total playback time. The Palm earbuds also possess noise cancellation and transparency modes. It features six-mix architecture which is also fitted with active noise cancellation to help the caller/receiver hear the user better.
There are three mics per bud along with 10mm dynamic drivers. It has an IPX4 rating which the company claims can function even during a sweaty workout. The bass of the earbuds also gets a mention in the product video.
Pre-orders for the stereo earbuds start today at Palm's official website. Customers who pre-order the earbuds now will get them for a limited time price of only $99 and the Palm Buds Pro Silicone Case for only $14.99 until November 9, 2021.click here!