Bowers & Wilkins' Pi7 is a hybrid wireless earbud with sound adaptive technology.
Bowers & Wilkins launched its first wireless earbuds: the flagship model Pi7 with an accompanying case that doubles as a charger (wireless and wired connection via USB-C port).
The wireless earbud produces high-quality sound through a dual hybrid driver unit with independent amplifiers for each driver, which means that each bud has two built-in amplifiers. It supports 24-bit sound and built-in Qualcomm's latest aptX adaptive codec, which is the best choice for high-resolution wireless sound. In terms of input, Pi7 has six microphones, which can not only improve call quality but also help with adaptive noise cancellation.
The cool charging case can be charged wirelessly and the case can also be connected to an external audio source such as an in-flight entertainment system, and then wirelessly transmits audio from this source to the earbuds in high quality, which is suitable for long-distance flights, and enjoy a pure audio experience. There is a 3.5mm USB-C cable and a USB-C USB-C cable in the box, so you can plug the protective cover into almost everything.
PI7 has two clean colors: white and charcoal. (Via)