If you are in the market for a pair of true wireless earbuds with a reputable name behind it and without breaking the bank, then you may want to check out this collaborative true wireless earbuds from Optoma NuForce and Drop (formerly Massdrop), Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless IEMs (in-ear monitors, or basically a fancy way of saying earbuds).

Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless Earbuds

Announced late last month, Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless Earbuds is designed with third-party analysis of 3D scans of over 1,000 ears to result in an “secure and comfortable IEMs.” It boasts a sleek, all-black enclosures that are ergonomically designed with weight balance closer to the user’s ear to afford a more reliable fit.

Other key details include Knowles Balanced Armature Drivers, Bluetooth 5.0 technology, supports latest AAC audio code with the ability to decode AAC files natively, built-in battery with up to six hours of battery life, and discrete earpiece buttons for audio control and to initiate voice assistants like Apple Siri or Google Assistant.

Like all true wireless earbuds, Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless Earbuds comes with a charging case to store and recharges the earbuds. In the case of Drop + NuForce MOVE, the case provides an additional 18 hours of use. Moreover, the case boasts quick-charge technology that will provide an extra hour of use with just 15 minutes charge.

There’s, of course, an LED indicator on the case to let you in on the battery capacity, as well as the charging status. The case itself is rechargeable with a USB-C charger.

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Now, for the really awesome news: Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless Earbuds is available starting today on drop.com, and for a limited-time preorder price of just $90 which ends on May 29. After that, the price will revert to its regular price of $130. So, you may want to act on it as soon as you can if you want to bag this deal.

All images courtesy of Drop/Optoma NuForce.

Published by Mike

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