The Seoul earphones from Urbanista provide a low-latency gaming mode.

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Audio firm, which isn’t afraid to explore new things, is presenting its first-ever set of gaming-focused Bluetooth earphones. The company’s new Seoul earbuds have a mode toggle that, according to Urbanista, reduces Bluetooth latency to roughly 70ms. We haven’t seen many truly wireless headphones with a dedicated latency toggle. To keep latency as low as possible, most gaming earbuds use Qualcomm’s aptX Bluetooth codec.

Qualcomm claims that using the codec’s low-latency form, you can drop that number down to around 40ms. The disadvantage of aptX is that it requires both your headphones and your phone to support it. This isn’t a problem with most Snapdragon smartphones because Qualcomm also makes them, but the codec isn’t supported on Apple devices.

That’s why the Seoul earbuds are so intriguing. They provide a device-independent method of obtaining a low-latency mode.

Apart from that, the Seoul earbuds are about what you’d expect in 2021 from a pair of mid-range true wireless earbuds. They have eight-hour battery life on a single charge, with the supplied case letting you have another 32 hours of playtime before the entire item needs to be recharged, for a total price of $89.90.

After that, you can use a USB-C cable or a Qi charging station to charge them. They’re also IPX4-certified, have Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and are compatible with both Google Assistant and Siri. The Seoul earbuds will be available in four colors: black, blue, purple, and white, according to Urbanista.
Urbanista also unveiled its new Lisbon earbuds for those looking for something cheaper.

They’re the company’s cheapest true wireless earbuds to date, at $49.90. They also appear to be decent based on the spec sheet Urbanista provided along. On a single charge, the battery life is said to be nine hours. You may get a total of 27 hours of gaming from them if you use the charging case that comes with them. They aren’t waterproof, but they do include Bluetooth 5.2 and USB-C charging capabilities, as well as Google Assistant and Siri integration. They’ll be available in five different shades: pastel red, beige, pink, green, and black.

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