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The new TrueConnect buds from RHA feature Bluetooth 5 and fast-charging capabilities

These look like a great pair of true wireless earbuds.

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Scotland-based RHA has introduced its first set of true wireless earbuds. Called TrueConnect, the Bluetooth 5-enabled model charges via USB-C and offers up to five hours on one charge.

Much like Apple AirPods, these earbuds come with a carrying case that offers four extra charges. Better still, charging is complete in one hour and forty minutes with fast-charging delivering 50 percent battery life in just fifteen minutes.

Available for pre-order now with the first shipments going out on Oct. 18, the TrueConnect is IPX5 sweat, splash, and weather resistant.

Maximized call quality with TrueConnect earbuds

With a Stem design, which maximizes call quality by placing the microphone closer to the user’s mouth, the TrueConnect offers digital assistant control via touch and the mic. This compatibility extends to all the voice assistants on the market, including Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa.

Of the new earbuds, Kyle Hutchison, head of product design, RHA, explains:

We believe we have come up with the most sophisticated true wireless earphones on the market; delivering great battery life, an intuitive user interface and an elegant, single-handed opening mechanism.

Take a look:

Each TrueConnect ships with a charging case, ear tip holder, USB-C charging cable, dual density silicone ear tips, and true wireless Comply foam tips.

These look like a great pair of true wireless earbuds, and hopefully, the early reviews will confirm this. Priced at just under $170, they look like a good deal. You can pre-order the TrueConnect via the RHA website.

What do you think of the TrueConnect? Let us know below. 

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Bryan considers himself a well-rounded techie, having written articles for MakeUseOf, KnowTechie, AppAdvice, iDownload Blog. When he's not writing, he's being a single dad and rooting for his alma mater, Penn State, or cheering on the Patriots.

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