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Sony recently launched a new TWS or truly wireless earbuds in India called the Sony LinkBuds. The LinkBuds come with a rather unique new open-ring design that helps with audio transparency, great fit, and comes with a whole load of features.

Sony’s uniquely designed LinkBuds with open ring design launched in India for Rs 19,990

Sony says by leveraging the unique design of the LinkBuds, its sensor and spatial sound technologies, Sony is creating new sound experiences together with their partners for a number of applications, such as AR gaming, sound AR navigation, quick access to music, and more usability.

The earbuds feature a 12mm driver comes with 360 Reality Audio support and packs Sony’s Integrated Processor V1 and DSEE for superior audio quality. The design of the earbuds is not only unique but offers audio transparency. Sony claims that the earbuds can offer up to 17.5 hours of battery life on a single charge.

We take a look at the new Sony LinkBuds’ price in India, specifications, and availability.

Sony LinkBuds: Price in India and availability
The Sony Linkbuds has been launched at a price of Rs 19,990. However, customers can pre-book the LinkBuds at an introductory price of Rs. 12,990 and avail of benefits of up to Rs. 7,000. This is inclusive of Rs. 2,000 cashback on select debit and credit cards). This offer is valid until 12th August 2022.

The Sony Linkbuds will be available across a number of retail stores such as Sony Center across India. It will also be available across other major electronic stores and other e-commerce websites in India.

Sony LinkBuds: Specifications
Sony Linkbuds come with 12mm open-end drivers. The newly developed ring driver has an open diaphragm for audio transparency, which will allow users to seamlessly hear the sounds around. Their new design makes LinkBuds the perfect companion for a range of uses, including working from home, listening to music, gaming and more.

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The Linkbuds weigh 4 grams and comes with sizes of fitting supporters to suit different ear shapes. The earbuds also come with adaptive volume control. The feature lets you to listen to your favourite tracks at a comfortable volume and in a variety of environments, to enhance the open-air listening experience.  

The LinkBuds are said to come with a long-lasting battery. The earbuds offer 5.5 hours on a single charge. The charging case stores another 12 hours to deliver a total of 17.5 hours, which can easily last you more four-five days with moderate usage.


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You can now access the content packed into Paramount Plus and Showtime from a single app. First bundled as a subscription last September, Paramount and Showtime’s catalogs have been separated between two apps for viewers in the US, but viewers can now access the full roster of TV shows and films from the Paramount Plus app.

For new subscribers, the Paramount Plus and Showtime bundle is available at a discounted rate until October 2nd, at $7.99 per month for the Essential plan (which includes ad breaks) with Showtime and $12.99 per month for the Premium plan with Showtime that adds more sports, live broadcasts of your local CBS station, and downloads for offline viewing on mobile, and mostly removes ads, except on live TV and certain shows. After October 2nd, the regular pricing resumes with the combined Essential tier at $11.99 per month and the Premium plan for $14.99 monthly.

Paramount Plus as a standalone service will continue to be available on two subscription tiers without Showtime: the ad-supported Essential plan ($4.99 per month) and the ad-free Premium tier ($9.99 per month).

“This singular user experience streamlines sign-up and enhances discovery, and this lower price will allow more households to enjoy with exceptional entertainment offering,” Paramount Global Streaming president Tom Ryan said in a press release announcing the new service.

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In case you haven’t been streaming Star Trek and Halo TV shows for the past few years, here’s the rundown on what these apps are. Paramount Plus is the rebranded version of CBS All Access. Its parent company, ViacomCBS, rebranded to Paramount earlier this year to further focus its attention on streaming. In May, Paramount Plus reported that its subscriber count grew to almost 40 million during its first quarter, and in June, Paramount Plus said it planned “to commission” 150 international original series, adding more to its current roster.

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The service will be available at a lower price until October 2nd.
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In mid-August, the streaming service partnered with Walmart to bundle its service with Walmart Plus, and it has been included in other packages like this one with T-Mobile’s wireless service. These bundles don’t cost quite as much as cable once did, but pulling the offerings closer together is similar to Disney’s approach with the combination of Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus, while HBO Max will be absorbed into a new combo app with Discovery Plus in 2023. Netflix, meanwhile, is going it alone but has plans to roll out an ad-supported streaming package, and has started to offer games as an added feature for your subscription fee.

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