Anker officially introduced the new fully wireless Soundcore Sleep A10 earphones, which were designed not to listen to music, but to help you sleep better.
First, the new one has a passive noise insulation system that blocks sound within 35 dBs, which, according to the manufacturer, is 15 dB more than competitive models. Second, the brand application offers a large collection of soothing sounds that, in theory, will help to sleep, and an automated volume control algorithm that masks external noises.
Third, there's a built-in sleep monitoring system, similar to what's used in violin bracelets and smart watches. Soundcore Sleep A10 is capable of operating on one charge for up to 10 hours, so you'll have enough for the whole night. The new one is already available for purchase at a price of $179 and 99 cents. Meanwhile, Dell announced a game PC with 13th generation Intel Core processors, and Xiaomi presented wireless keis headphones as a collon.