Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro launched in China with optimizations for Microsoft Skype and Teams

Chinese computer giant Lenovo has launched a new pair of truly wireless earphones with ThinkBook branding in China. The company calls this TWS ThinkBook Pods Pro. Targeted at enterprise customers, these earbuds come with a unique design and some useful features that are not found on regular Bluetooth earphones.

Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro Specifications and Features

The newly released Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro features a design similar to the current ThinkBook computer and accessory lineup. Unlike most earbuds in the market, its charging case has a sliding lid, just like the case of Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro.

Talking about unique features, apart from Bluetooth, these buds can also connect with PC via the includes USB receiver. There’s also a dedicated application called ‘Lenovo Bud’dy’ to manage these earphones.

Further, these earbuds are optimized for both Microsoft Skype as well as Microsoft Teams with dedicated touch gestures to accept and accept calls. Since it can be connected via two mediums, it is easy to switch between devices.

That said, the buds weigh around 3.57g each and feature a dual-microphone for ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation). It is weird that despite sporting the ‘Pro’ moniker, the earphones don’t support ANC (Active Noise Cancellation).

Last but not least, these truly wireless earphones along with the case take only 30 minutes to fully charge. However, they only last about 2 hours on calls and up to 20 hours with the charging case. 

Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro Pricing and Availability

The Lenovo ThinkBook Pods Pro is priced at ¥999 ($155) in China. It is already on sale in the country. Like most Lenovo products, this should also hit other markets in the coming days.


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Source: Gizmochina

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