The latest in this line, from the German car audio manufacturer, is not very impressive, though. The charging-cum-carry case has a small LED indicator at the front for charging status and a micro USB port at the rear, but it does not feel sturdy. Opening and closing the case lid was not smooth either. In contrast, the earbuds looked decent. The design might have been inspired by the Samsung buds, but the Blaupunkt buds are big. Each has an LED indicator for charging and pairing, and there is a touch button at the top. The buds switch on automatically when taken out of the case and powers off when they are slipped back. But you can do it manually by using the touch button.
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