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Nothing Ear (stick) Malaysia release: Custom 12.6mm driver and up to 29 hours battery life at RM469

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After months of teasing, Nothing has finally released the Nothing Ear (stick), its latest truly wireless (TWS) headphones in Malaysia. Featuring a transparent design and a unique charging case, Nothing says the headphones are designed for comfort and are lightweight and ergonomically shaped.

According to the company’s official website, the ear (stick) features a custom 12.6mm dynamic driver for powerful authentic sound with minimal distortion. Additionally, Nothing claims that the headphones produce rich depths, clear highs, and bold detail. There’s also ‘Bass Lock’ whereby the software can detect bass loss and automatically set the EQ to the optimum level for punchy depth.

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On top of that, the ear (stick) also features “Clear Voice Technology” to shield your audio calls from wind and crowds using three high-definition microphones. It also supports Fast Pair with any Android device and can automatically switch to low lag mode when users play on the phone (1).

Speaking of phones (1), the settings and features of the Ear (stick) are directly integrated into the smartphone for a seamless experience. When it comes to battery life, Nothing claims the headphones have up to 7 hours of listening time and up to 29 hours of battery life with the charging case.

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Additionally, the charging case can provide an additional 2 hours of battery life with a 10-minute charge and 12 hours of talk time with the case and 3 hours with the headphones. In Malaysia, the ear (stick) is priced at RM469 and is only available in a white color option.

The headphones will be available for sale in limited units at Crossover beginning October 28, 2022. Nationwide availability begins November 4, 2022 at Nothing’s flagship e-commerce stores on Lazada and Shopee and e-tailers such as SenHeng, Thunder Match, Urban Republic and DirectD.

So what do you think of the ear (stick)? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below and stay tuned to TechNave for more tech news and releases like this.

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