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NEW DELHI: Along with a budget smartphone — Realme 7i, the smartphone maker also launched new audio products in India at its virtual event. Realme has launched Realme 100W soundbar, Realme Buds Air Pro true wireless earbuds and Realme Buds Wireless Pro earphones.
Relame 100W soundbar
Realme 100W soundbar comes with a price tag of Rs 6,999 and will go on sale starting October 16. The soundbar will be available on both Flipkart and Amazon. The 100W soundbar comes with four speakers that consist of 2 full-range speakers and 2 tweeters that gives an output of 60W, complemented with a 40W Subwoofer to add a cinematic audio experience. The company claims that the soundbar can increase the volume of the TV by 200%.
Realme Buds Air Pro
The latest pair of true wireless earbuds from Realme comes with a price tag of Rs 4,999 and they will be available in Soul White and Rock Black colour options. The earbuds will go on sale starting October 16 on Flipkart and Realme.com. As part of the Festive First Sale Offer, Realme will be selling the Buds Air Pro at Rs 4,499. The true wireless earbuds come with active noise cancellation and promise to offer 20 hours of battery backup. The device comes equipped with Realme’s customized S1 high-performance noise cancellation chip, which guarantees noise cancellation effect while consuming low power. The earbuds feature 10mm bass boost driver and dual mic with noise cancellation for better call quality.
Realme Buds Wireless Pro Earphones
Realme has priced the Bluetooth earphones for Rs 3,999 and they will go on sale starting October 16 on Amazon and Realme.com. However, the customers can avail a discount of Rs 1,000 on the earphones. Realme will be selling the Buds Wireless Pro at Rs 3,999 as part of its Festive First Sale offer. The wireless earphones come with active noise cancellation and will be available inParty Yellow and Disco Green colour options. The earphones feature a 13.6mm bass boost driver and claim to offer a long lasting battery.

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