China-based company Baseus, after eight years of development, has launched its Baseus Tag wireless anti-loss earbuds on Kickstarter, a TWS model with a built-in GPS module that can communicate its location. To do this, a special button is highlighted in the proprietary application, after pressing which the headphones will begin to emit a loud sound, which changes as they approach the lost headphones.
In terms of sound, Baseus Tag received large dynamic drivers with a caliber of 14.2 mm, tilted in relation to the body by 65 ° to create an optimal position in relation to the ear canal. Baseus audio engineers have promised a large-scale and full-range sound, which will be facilitated by the equipment of the new Bestechnic BES2300IU1 – the world’s first dual-mode Bluetooth 5.0 + BLE chipset. Both earbuds receive a signal from the source and work individually and independently in both mono and stereo modes.
The use of the chipset provided low power consumption (Baseus Tag is designed for 5 hours of autonomy, and the use of the charging case will increase this time to a full day), and the ENC technology is additionally improved by the patented proprietary Baseus noise reduction algorithm. In total, a 90% reduction in ambient noise is promised during phone calls. In addition, the novelty will receive IPX54 protection against rain and sweat.
With the required amount of $5,000 to launch the project on Kickstarter, the Baseus Tag project has already raised twice as much almost two months before its completion. For “super early” and just early buyers, the Kickstarter contribution to get the Baseus Tag in November is $60 or $65 respectively.