Nothing’s CMF label has also introduced a pair of true wireless earbuds, the Buds Pro. The looks aren’t really standout, but it serves some compelling features on a tight budget. Among them is a hybrid take on Active Noise Cancellation that claims to cancel out around 45dB of external noise. The company is claiming 11 hours of music listening with a single charge, while the battery inside the charging case increases the listening time to 39 hours.
The build is dust and water-resistant (IP54), while the custom LCP drivers inside ensure an extra bass boost. It also supports touch controls, while Bluetooth v5.3 paves the way for Google Fast Pair (for Android phones) and Microsoft Swift Pair to quickly connect with Windows PCs. Nothing is charging roughly $42 for the CMF Buds Pro, but once again, there is no word when — or if — these earbuds will make it to overseas markets.
The third offering from CMF by Nothing is a 65 GaN charger, a $36 block that offers three ports and touts features like fast charging and multiple levels of protection from high voltage, current surge, and short circuit hazards, among others. The ports include a pair of USB-C outlets and one USB-A outlet, while charging compatibility includes Power Delivery 3.0, Quick Charge 4.0, SCP, FCP, PPS, and Apple 2.4A, among others.