Unwire Your Life With These 2 New Wireless Earbuds

Taipei, Taiwan – April 29th, 2021 – Silicon Power (SP) is releasing 2 new true wireless (TWS) earbuds for those who can’t be wired down. These models are perfect for a mobile and active lifestyle, whether that means taking calls on the move, commuting to work, pumping it out at the gym, or anywhere else wires are a nuisance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BP75: Big Bass, Little Weight

The BP75 TWS earbuds with BT V5.0 technology offer the best of both worlds: powerful bass and an airy lightweight. Expertly tuned 6mm dynamic drivers pump more bass than similarly-sized earbuds for an immersive sound experience that you can feel. And yet, each earbud weighs less than a grape for a fatigue-free experience, no matter how long you keep them in. A single 1-hour charge powers up to 4 hours of music.

 

BP80: Immerse Yourself, Soundly

Keep those tracks going all day long with 20 hours of wireless music, plus solid connectivity and smooth auto-pairing, even in crowded places, with the BP80 TWS earbuds. Equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 technology, these earbuds include 3 sets of silicone earwings and eartips for a custom fit that’s stable and secure to comfortably enjoy its immersive, well-balanced sound with superior clarity, fatigue-free.

 

For more information, please visit the Silicon Power official website: www.silicon-power.com.

 

 

About SP / Silicon Power

Founded in 2003 by a group of enthusiastic data storage industry experts, Silicon Power is committed to delivering outstanding product and service quality. Headquartered and with its own state-of-the-art production site in Taipei, SP has become a leading manufacturer of flash memory cards, USB flash drives, portable hard drives, solid-state drives, DRAM modules, and industrial-grade products. Successfully blending innovative technology with award-winning design, the international player with four branch offices around the globe continuously strives for perfection in preserving and protecting your valuable data. Because memory is personal.

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