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Lenovo Announces its Own Headphones at MWC 2019

Two new pairs under the company’s Yoga and X1 brands aim to provide versatility and utility to your day-to-day.

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Today during MWC 2019, Lenovo unveiled two new pairs of its own over-ear headphones. The company lists them under its Yoga and X1 brands and positions both accordingly, with the former being more user-friendly and the latter built for business and productivity.

That being said, the headphones aren’t very different from one another. Both the Yoga ANC and X1 ANC headphones offer hybrid ANC and ENC noise-canceling microphones for better sound cancellation, Dolby-tuned drivers for an immersive listening experience, soft padding on the headband and ear cups, and a polished aluminum design.

Even the specs are the same. Both the Yoga ANC and X1 ANC headphones come with Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C connectivity, Smart Voice pickup for conference calls, Skype support, quick charge, playback controls, and a collapsible form factor for storage.

There are a couple of differences, of course. The Yoga ANCs opt for a gold, much brighter finish while the X1 ANCs go for a darker, more sleek color scheme. The former headphones also come with a free case for storage. But other than these differences, there isn’t much different between the two.

If you decide you like one more than the other, it’s worth noting the Yoga ANCs will cost $169.99 while the X1 ANCs will cost $149.99. The former will launch this July in the United States. Meanwhile, it’s unclear when the X1 ANCs will land but we’ll keep you posted.

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