This is episode two of our saga. When we first ventured into the quest to find the true wireless audio for gaming with low-latency, we clarified that we did not have the tools to test out aptX Low Latency, or aptX LL for short. We also mentioned that "low-latency" does not mean "no latency" and we stand by that statement.
At this point in time, I think it's safe to assume that Bluetooth speakers are ubiquitous and most of us have one - or maybe more than one. Though the term "Bluetooth speaker" also includes large, home theater systems - we're focusing only on a small Bluetooth speaker today - the Xiaomi Mi Compact Bluetooth Speaker 2.
Honestly speaking, we have reviewed quite a number of true wireless earbuds here at Nasi Lemak Tech. We're no connoisseurs, but we're seasoned, to say the least. When the Galaxy Buds was first announced during the keynote for the global launching of the Galaxy S10 series, we were shocked to see the relatively affordable price RM499. Compared to the previous IconX, this is affordable.
Over the past few years, we've seen many manufacturers heading towards the wireless era. Today, we have the Redmi AirDots with us here and with it comes a low price tag - which essentially...
When it comes to wireless audio devices these days, let's just say that true wireless earbuds is currently the hottest trend. They're convenient, less clunky, and offers more flexibility too. Sudio's next-generation of true wireless earbuds, the Sudio Tolv, has landed on our hands and we took them out for a spin.
At this point of time, we can see that smartphones that are priced under RM1,000 are very capable of running games like PUBG Mobile - a game that requires communication to ensure a win. And also to have a good time with your friends and talk about life while enjoying the game.