According to a press release, the HP Elite Wireless Earbuds feature personalised audio tuning, adjustable noise cancellation, and sound situation presets.
HP says that users will be able to switch smoothly from a conference call on a PC to listening to music on a phone. The wireless earbuds from HP are expected to go on sale in April. They are priced at $199 and it’s not clear what all markets the earbuds will be made available in.
“While the PC is more essential than ever, what’s most important of all is people. Our innovation engine continues to be grounded in deep customer insights that help keep people connected, engaged, and contributing in this new world,” said Alex Cho, president, Personal Systems, HP Inc. “We are looking beyond the device people use to what will improve their experience – from software that provides lighting control for video calls, peripherals that enable a more customized experience, to how services can make it easier to monitor and manage devices for a multitude of devices.”
HP also unveiled a plethora of computing devices at CES 2021, which are expected to go on sale later this year.