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Sony Introduces Noise Canceling WF-1000XM3 Wireless Headset

Sony announced in the Brazilian market the in-ear headset WF-1000XM3, which features 100% wireless design and Bluetooth connection. Following accessory standards such as Apple's AirPods and Gear IconX products, the new Sony model is the successor of the WF-1000X and brings welcome improvements that might please users.

With a more compact look, the product promises to deliver high quality audio even with the wireless connection, as well as features such as Sony's noise canceling technology, which is enhanced by the processor's QN1e processor.

"With the WF-1000XM3 we want to show that exceptional noise canceling performance and excellent sound quality can also be achieved through an in-ear headset, a breakthrough in the headphones market.– Lidiane Ferreira, Head of Audio Marketing at Sony Brazil.

In addition to highlighting the product's enhanced Noise Canceling, Sony also emphasized the battery life of its headset. Despite its slim design, the device works for up to 24 hours away from the power outlet, even with the noise canceling function in use. This is possible by combining the six hours internal battery headphones plus the 18 hours provided by protective case accessory, which lets you recharge the gadget on the go.

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The Sony headset also features gesture controls including switching tracks, pausing and playing, and support for Google Assistant in Brazilian Portuguese. With this, you can use the smartphone AI directly in the product.

Another differential of the WF-1000XM3 is the compatibility with the Sony Headphones Connect application, which allows you to use advanced audio features with the product. The software ensures features such as Adaptive Sound Control mode, which automatically detects user activity and adapts the volume and intensity of the sound to enhance the audio experience.

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Like other premium wireless headsets, the Sony WF-1000XM3 also has a price tag: according to the manufacturer, the device arrives in our market at the end of August with a suggested value of R $ 1,299.99, staying in the same range. devices like Apple's AirPods.