Nothing unveils upgraded Ear 2 wireless earbuds with enhanced connectivity and personalized features at $149
London-based tech company, Nothing, has announced the launch of its second-generation Ear wireless earbuds. While the eye-catching design remains, the company has focused on improving the connectivity and addressing issues that plagued the original Ear buds. The Ear 2 will cost the same as its predecessor, at $149, which positions it as an affordable alternative to the more expensive true wireless competition.
While there have been no major design changes to the Ear 2 buds or case, Nothing has made several minor alterations to enhance the user experience. The company has reduced the size of the case, made it slimmer, and replaced the textured surface with a soft-touch panel. The outer part of the case is still transparent, but part of the white structure is now exposed. Nothing claims that the see-through plastic is harder to scratch and damage than the original Ear 1, which was prone to scratching. However, the exposed panel could become dirtier more quickly, particularly as the case is white.