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Mavin Air-X true wireless earbuds with stable 100-foot connection
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Mavin's Air-X Truewireless earbuds are powered by Qualcomm QCC3026 SoC. At 2019 CES LV Showcase, Air-X demonstrated an improvement of signal distance to a connection range of 100 feet.

Air-X transmits high quality audio signal and enables low power consumption. TWS products in the market generally can only last 3-5 hours of playtime, compared to Air-X's 10 hours in one single standalone charge.

Air-X received a 2019 Visual Grand Prix (VGP) award n Japan, recognized for its practicality and high audio quality that Mavin enables by integrating the pattern antenna design with QCC 3026 SoC to raise the stability and clarity of audio while reducing power consumption without sacrificing high-quality audio output. It can also combine with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/845 for additional low latency performance when using Qualcomm True Wireless Stereo Plus Technology.

Mavin is planning to release a Lite version of Air-X that adopts QCC3020 SoC in second-quarter 2018 to meet the needs of different markets. Mavin also plans to release an ANC version of Air-X series named Air-ANC in mid to late 2019. Air-ANC is going to be powered by Qualcomm QCC5121 low power SoC designed with High ANC effect of feedforward ANC and dual Mic ENC technology.

"We are pleased to have worked so closely with Mavin to help them integrate our latest low-power Bluetooth audio SoC into their Air-X earbuds," said Anthony Murray, senior vice president and general manager, Qualcomm Technologies International. "This breakthrough platform combines Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo, Qualcomm aptX audio and Qualcomm cVc noise reduction technology to help meet increasing consumer demand for superior audio quality, while also supporting significantly extended battery life and playback time."

For more information about Mavin, please visit www.mavinlife.com.

Mavin Air-X earbuds

Mavin Air-X earbuds

Mavin Air-X earbuds

Lite model of Air-X series

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