First unveiled at IFA 2019, Audio Technica will be bringing their ATH-CK3TW true wireless headphones to market at the beginning of 2020 featuring a special low-latency function for seamless audio playback.
The ATH-CK3TW earbuds are priced at £99, despite Australian availability and pricing not being made available yet, Umart.com.au, based out of Queensland, has a product listing priced at $199, so expect them to be around the $200 mark.
Coming in Black, White, Blue and Red, the ATH-CK3TW wireless headphones bring Qualcomm TrueWireles Stereo Plus to remove audio disruptions and provide a stable wireless connection.
Plus the earbuds also support the aptX and SBC codecs for better quality wireless audio.
Qualcomm has also brought its call enhancing technology to the ATH-CK3TW wireless headphones, with the cVc technology ensuring ‘clear, natural-sounding conversations on the move’.
Thanks to the 5.8mm drivers that have been specially designed to produce ‘a powerful and precise audio experience in a compact design’.
Boasting six-hours of battery life with an extra 24-hours from the included USB-C charging case, the ATH-CK3TW wireless headphones will last all day long.
Touch controls on the outside of each earbud allow for easy control of audio, phone calls and calling on your voice assistant of choice, with the headphones compatible with both Siri and the Google Assistant.
The headphones are also IPX2 water-resistant, making the drip-proof against accidental spillages or a bit of sweat, though we wouldn’t recommend taking these on an intense workout.