The Palm Buds Pro are ANC-equipped wireless earphones that Palm introduced for the first time in three years since the Panphone. Fully wireless earphones equipped with AND will be available in the US, Canada and Mexico on November 9th for $129.
The Palm Buds Pro, which has been developed by Palm for over a year, is equipped with a 10mm dynamic driver unit and is confident in its sound quality, saying that it provides studio-quality sound. It provides ANC, ambient mode that accepts external sound as well as ANC through three microphones per unit, and environmental noise canceling ENC function that reduces noise during calls.
The battery life is 5 hours based on ANC usage and more than 24 hours when using the charging case together. Corresponding codecs are SBC and AAC, and the earphone itself supports IPX4 waterproofing. In addition, it supports Siri and Google Assistant, and can be used in the earphone triple tap.
According to Palm, the Palm Buds Pro was designed by designers who have worked with Samsung Electronics and Beats, focusing on all ear shapes, comfortable sizes, and ergonomics. However, there are also reports that there are identical products other than the logo and number of microphones, and that it seems to have been procured as an OEM.
In addition to the three size earpieces included in the package, an accessory set is also released with earpieces in the same color as black, blue, and pink three silicone cases. Related information can be found here.