There is nothing that says it is a true wireless gaming earbuds for gaming than one that has a charging case that reminds you of the Nintendo Switch. A charging case that reminiscent of a Nintendo Switch console is what the Mixcder G1 has to offer.
The unusually large (for a charging case) and squarish design charging case sports a D-pad and four face buttons (non functional, of course) and the familiar blue and red colorway.
This unique charging case also houses a USB-C Wireless Adapter that would enable you to use the Mixcder G1 True Wireless Gaming Earbuds with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and other video game console (but not for Xbox).
So, in addition to using this with the usual devices like a smartphone, tablet or computer, the Mixcder G1 True Wireless Gaming Earbuds will play well with most popular video game consoles too.
While wireless is not the choice of connectivity for gaming due to the inevitable lag, Mixcder G1 earphones features the PixArt chip with 60ms super-low latency technology which the company said reduces the sound delay.
And did we mention it is voice chat-enabled too? When plugged into a gaming device with voice-to-call protocol, you will be able to comms with friends through the earbuds’ integrated mic simply by double clicking the multi-functional button on the adapter.
The Mixcder G1 True Wireless Gaming Earbuds’ onboard battery is good for 5 hours of playtime on a single charge, with the 400 mAh charging case offering an additional 20 hours of use.
The Mixcder G1 True Wireless Gaming Earbuds can be had for £69.99 (US$79.99 when it becomes available to the U.S.)
P.S. Am I the only one who find it odd that the marketing materials used child model for the product? Like, is it marketed at kids?