Oraimo Airbuds OEB-E99D truly wireless earbuds with up to 6 hours playback time launched, priced at Rs 2,999

“The Airbuds OEB-E99D wireless earbuds have been priced in India at Rs 2,999”

Oraimo, an accessory brand from Hong Kong-based phonemaker Transsion Holdings, has announced a pair of truly wireless earphones called Airbuds OEB-E99D in India. The earbuds are targeted at millennials and come with a budget price tag. The Airbuds OED-E99D earphones are said to have an ergonomic design and capabilities to elevate your audio experience. The earbuds are accompanied by a charging case that is said to hold juice for up to 24 hours of music play time and 100 hours of standby.

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The Airbuds OEB-E99D earbuds have an in-ear design and sport cushioned ear tips that should offer a comfortable fit. “Oraimo Airbuds are impeccably engineered to deliver clear, balanced sound quality and advanced wireless connectivity to ensure true sound performance,” said the company in the press release. There is a 50mAh battery on each earbud that is rated to last up to 6 hours on a single charge. As with several other wireless earbuds, the Airbuds also comes with Bluetooth v5.0 for hassle-free connectivity with your smartphone, laptops, or any other audio devices.

The Oraimo Airbuds OEB-E99D truly wireless earphones can be fetched at its sticker price of Rs 2,999. The accessory is available for sale starting from today across India.

Puneet Gupta, Business Head, Oraimo Accessories India, said, “Oraimo Airbuds is designed to give users a superlative experience through very light, hassle-free comfortable fit and long-lasting battery. It is an ideal pick for those who are always on the go, and its stylish ear hooks prevent the earbuds from falling. We are sure that it will make for our consumers who needs advanced audio experience at a pocket friendly price.”

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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