Lenovo is known for its computers, but the manufacturer is also interested in other markets, such as wireless headphones. However, the Lenovo PD1 TWS are offered at a crazy price at Gearbest and they will come back to you at the price of 10,838 € with the code PAH8AG4G8N .
Shipments, for their part, will of course be from China. Delivery times will depend on the package chosen, but they will be between 15 and 28 days on average. The product is of course sold new.
The code put in place will work for a limited time. The offer also remains dependent on the number of items in the brand's possession.
10 € for TWS headphones
If you are expecting to end up with a product different from other True Wireless headphones on the market, then rest assured, because it is not at all.
The Lenovo PD1 TWS indeed resume the usual format and they are therefore in the form of two lightweight headphones accompanied by a compact box. The box in question will be small enough to slip into the bottom of the pocket and it will serve both to store the headphones and to charge them … like all other wireless headphones on the market.
The box also reveals the logo of the brand and it is accompanied by an LED that will allow us to know the state of the headphones. The connection process is similar to all products of the same genre and the headphones support iOS, Android and any device with a Bluetooth connection. Best of all, they offer Bluetooth 5.0, for a more stable signal.
On this, we must also count with a dynamic driver of 10 mm and with a microphone which will allow us to use them as a hands-free kit… or even to interact with our preferred voice assistant.
Charging is done through the USB Type-C connector placed under the headphone box. And of course, the Lenovo PD1 TWS skip wireless charging, which is hardly surprising given the price tag.
Note that the headphones have a rod under which several sensors have been placed. It will thus be possible to control them with your fingertips by tapping on them.
So of course the Lenovo PD1 TWS might not be the best wireless earbuds out there, but their very aggressive price tag is definitely a plus.