In August, the Padmate tech successfully completed a fundraiser at Indiegogo for the production of fully wireless PaMu Slide earphones, receiving $ 6.5 million from investors for the requested $20,000. As it became known, in the near future the company plans to officially introduce the new product on Moldac.
Padmate PaMu Slide is made in the format of in-ear plugs with silicone tips for a more snug fit in the ear and additional sound insulation. They come with a small charging case, the lid of which is swiveled.
The headphones use a Qualcomm chip with support for Bluetooth 5.0. The wired distance of connecting to a smartphone or other source is 10 meters. In addition, the new standard saves energy, so one charge lasts for 10 hours of continuous listening to music or talking on the phone.
Taking into account the recharge from the case, the overall battery life of the PaMu Slide is 60 hours. They are charged through a modern USB Type-C connector. Playback and volume control are carried out using touch panels on each earphone.
It is important to note the support of SBC, AAC and aptX audio codecs, which improves the sound quality when transmitting audio via Bluetooth. It is important that the smartphone also supports this function, to which the headphones will be connected.
- Type: In-Ear, Closed
- Noise Reduction: Passive
- Bluetooth Version: 5.0
- Bluetooth chip: Qualcomm QCC3020
- Codecs: SBC, AAC, aptX
- Moisture protection: IPX6
- Headphone battery: 2 x 85 mAh
- Battery in case: 2000 mAh
- Battery life: 10 hours of music playback, some headphones and 60 hours, taking into account recharging from the case
- Full charge time: 1.5 hours for headphones and 3 hours for case