Tronsmart launches the Onyx Apex true wireless stereo ANC earbuds, with industry-leading 10mm audio driver and over 24 hours tot
London, 15th June 2021: Consumer technology expert, Tronsmart, which celebrates its 8th anniversary, this month is pleased to announce the launch of the Onyx Apex true wireless stereo ANC earbuds. The latest addition to its impressive range of audio accessories, the Onyx Apex earbuds offer impressive functionality, equipped with industry-leading 10mm audio drivers and a built-in Qualcomm QCC3040 chip to ensure crystal-clear audio quality for an incredibly affordable price. The Tronsmart Onyx Apex earbuds are available to purchase from Tronsmart official website for $49.99.
The Tronsmart Onyx Apex have highly advanced, active noise cancelling technology that can identify the user’s voice and effectively filter out any background noise. This feature ultimately guarantees clear sound in noisy environments, with the ability to reduce up to 28dB of ambient noise.
With 2 microphones boasting Qualcomm cVc 8.0 technology in each earbud, the Onyx Apex transmits unrivalled hands-free call quality, making them ideal for listening to music, podcasts or taking calls on-the-go. The Onyx Apex are also voice assistant enabled and fully compatible with Google Assistant, Siri and Alexa via the touch control on the stem of the earbuds. Studio-grade, high fidelity sound quality is delivered using the built-in advanced Qualcomm QCC3040 chip and class-leading 10mm audio driver, providing a clear and strong bass for avid music lovers.
With Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, users can enjoy a true wireless experience, with better compatibility, a more stable connection and lower latency, plus an impressive transmission distance of up to 10 metres. The ultra-compact design of the Type-C 400mAh fast charging case is pocket-sized and perfect for travel, with a maximum total playtime of 24 hours. One single charge can provide up to 5 hours of non-stop music, and just 10 minutes of charging is enough for up to 90 minutes of use. The semi-in-ear earbuds have also been designed with user comfort in mind, with optional ear tips that comfortably fit ear canals, providing pressure-free wear over long periods of time.
The Tronsmart Onyx Apex are available from Tronsmart official website for $49.99/£49.99XX.
High resolution images of the Tronsmart Onyx Apex are available HERE.
Model: Onyx Apex
Input: 5V/750mA Max.
Chip: Qualcomm® QCC3040, support aptX™, SBC, AAC
Bluetooth version: 5.2
Bluetooth compatibility: AVRCPv1.5, A2DP v1.3, HFP v1.7
Transmission distance: Up to 10m/32.8ft
Battery capacity: Earbuds: 35mAh; Charging case: 400mAh
Playtime: Up to 5 hours (on a single charge)’ Over 24 hours (with charging case)
Charging time: 2 hours
Driver unit: 10mm
Established in 2013 and celebrating its 8th Anniversary in June, Tronsmart is a tech brand that designs and manufactures world-class tech accessories which has been recommended by Qualcomm, Forbes, Yahoo, and many other big companies and media. It also signed Luis Suarez as the official ambassador in 2018. The company has rapidly expanded and sell its products to over 70 countries in many regions including North America, South America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia and has over 40 patents including its SoundPulse® technology. The core value of Tronsmart is to make life easier by providing customers with high-tech, high-quality and high-performance products.
The founder of Tronsmart, Eric Cheng, is an electronic enthusiast who in 2008 used his first paycheck to create a small laboratory, where he disassembled tech products in order to grasp a greater understanding of their inner components. Located in Shenzhen, Asia's Silicon Valley of hardware , he would find components in the local market and assemble his own unique electric devices. Eric took this self-acquired understanding of electronics and used it to create a wide range of cost-effective gadgets. After assembling a trusted team, Eric managed to bring his self-made electronics to mass production; thus creating the brand “Tronsmart” in 2013.