OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, OnePlus Buds Pro 2, OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro launched in India: price, features

OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, OnePlus Buds Pro 2, OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro were announced on Tuesday alongside the OnePlus 11, 11R, and OnePlus Pad.

  • OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro features an integrated soundbar with 70W surround sound.
  • The OnePlus Buds Pro gets Spatial Audio support, along with lossless audio.
  • A new mechanical keyboard with RGB LED lighting has also been unveiled.

Alongside unveiling the OnePlus 11 and 11R smartphones, OnePlus also unveiled a host of other products to expand its ecosystem, including the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, OnePlus Buds Pro 2, and the OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro. While the Smart TV and TWS earbuds expand on existing lineups, the keyboard is the first such product from the brand. Let’s take a look at what each of the new OnePlus products offers and their prices.

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OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, OnePlus Buds Pro 2, OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro: price in India, availability

All three devices were unveiled at the Cloud 11 event in India on Tuesday. Pre-order for the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro will start on March 6th with availability from March 10th, while the Buds Pro 2 will be available from February 14th in Obsidian Black, Misty White, and Arbor Green colour options. The OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro will go on sale in April.

The OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro television is priced at Rs 99,999. Meanwhile, the Buds Pro 2 cost Rs 11,999. The price of the OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro has not been announced.

OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro features, specifications

Starting with the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, the 4K QLED television offers an upgrade in screen size, from 55 inches on the Q1 Pro to 65 inches on the Q2 Pro. Key features of the Q2 Pro include a 120Hz refresh rate HDR screen, DCI-P3 97 per cent wide colour gamut.

The new TV also gets an integrated horizontal soundbar, with 70W audio output simulating a 2.1-channel stereo audio distribution. It also gets a 30W integrated subwoofer at the rear for improved default audio. The latter is tuned by Dynaudio, and Dolby Atmos certified. The TV is powered by a MediaTek 4K image processor, with 3GB memory and 32GB flash storage. It also gets three HDMI ports and runs on Google TV powered by Android 11. The latter will be custom-tuned by OxygenPlay 2.0, with 21 content partners and over 270 live channels for Indian viewers. It also gets the proprietary OnePlus Connect 2.0 feature for controlling the TV through OnePlus smartphones.

The TV also supports 120Hz MEMC and AI Super Resolution, which can upscale content in terms of both resolution and frame rates.

OnePlus Buds Pro 2 features, specifications

Meanwhile, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 feature a flat case design, with the earbuds themselves looking similar to previous generation OnePlus earbuds. The latter offers a short stalk and angled ear tips for a snug fit. OnePlus has announced support for Spatial Audio on the OnePlus 11 and the Buds Pro 2 support the feature with head tracking. The earbuds support LHDC 4.0 audio codec for lossless hi-res audio rendering. They also come with a new MelodyBoost dual driver system that comprises 11mm + 6mm audio drivers, which have been co-created with Dynaudio.

Other key features include up to 48dB active noise cancellation, which can also be personalised to suit listening preferences and environments through a companion app — including a built-in Transparency Mode. The earbuds also come with a default Dynaudio equaliser setting, with three further customisation choices to suit audio signature preferences.

The earbuds claim to offer up to 39 hours of playback time without ANC, and 25 hours with ANC (active noise cancellation). They also support quick charging, with 10 minutes of charge offering three hours of audio playback. In terms of connectivity, the TWS earbuds support Bluetooth 5.3 and Google Fast Pair to connect with two devices seamlessly and offer 54ms low latency connectivity through the new Bluetooth standard as well. The earbids are IP55 rated 

OnePlus Keyboard features, specifications

The OnePlus Keyboard, meanwhile, offers an old-school design with mechanical switch keys, a layout similar to older keyboards with additional special keys located in a single row to the right. It also gets a red toggle to the top right. The switches are hot-swappable, and the keyboard itself supports both Mac and Windows platforms. OnePlus has also rolled out a ‘double gasket design’, which they claim will offer a silent typing experience to users. It also comes with full RGB LED lighting — a fan favourite feature for all keyboard enthusiasts.