Launch of Lenovo ThinkBook UC100 neckband earbuds offering up to 100 hours of standby time. Lenovo’s latest wireless Bluetooth headset is the ThinkBook UC100. The product was introduced in China, but is currently available for reservation only. Lenovo ThinkBook UC100 neckband in-ear headphones come with all the features of good headphones. But it is not a premium device.
Design-wise, the ThinkBook UC100 neckband headphones feature a streamlined collar made of skin-friendly soft rubber material. The material ensures comfortable wearing of the headset for a long time. The design also includes a curved ear tube design to eliminate pressure in the ear. The left and right eartips are designed with magnetic suction to prevent entanglement, and it is more convenient to carry.
Lenovo Headphones Stand Out with Standby Time
One of the impressive features of the ThinkBook UC100 is that it supports dual connectivity. This means it can be connected to a computer and a mobile phone at the same time. Usage can be changed according to the priority of applications such as calling, conferencing and music.
In terms of audio, the ThinkBook UC100 has a built-in 13mm large moving coil sound unit with remarkable sound quality. With high sensitivity noise canceling microphone, it can effectively filter out the noise and make the calls clearer.
At the same time, the headset uses a Bluetooth 5.0 chip with up to 100 hours of standby time and up to 10 hours of audio playback. It also supports fast charging and can be fully charged in just 2 hours.
In addition, the new product is equipped with a PC-specific receiver that is Plug and Play. The wearable also comes with IPX5 waterproof protection. This makes it usable during exercises and other activities that require jumping. It also supports quick control, which allows users to perform functions such as mute microphone, answer calls and hang up with the push of a button.
Lenovo has managed to make quite a splash in the market with this new headset. It is a matter of curiosity whether this product will increase the demand for in-ear headphones again, especially in this period when in-ear headphones have fallen off the agenda.