UK-based Nothing today launched its first product. The ear (1) are a pair of truly wireless earbuds with features such as active noise cancelation, wireless charging, and water-resistance.
The Nothing ear (1) feature a unique transparent design, with both the charging case and earbuds being made from clear plastic. The clear plastic allows one to see through part of the case and also peek at the internals of the wireless earbuds.
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