Although when talking about headphones from Newskill we can think of large models for gaming, these Newskill Anuki Lite, which are added to the Newskill Anuki that we already tested a few months ago, remind us that proposals for gaming do not always have to adapt to the design concepts that we usually associate with them. Something that, in addition, facilitates their use as general-purpose devices in any type of environment.
And the fact is that, although the Newskill Anuki Lite have been designed thinking about the performance that is expected from headphones to play , surely when you see their image you have thought that you could also use them to walk on the street, to practice sports and for many other activities in which, due to its large size, perhaps other options are not so recommended. And that is precisely the intention of Newskill with these Anuki Lite, as with the Newskill Anuki, is to provide a general purpose headset .
For this purpose we are talking about small and very light headphones (just over one hundred grams), wireless with connection bluetooth 5.0 , and that have functions of touch gesture control , so you can manage the sound reproduction, increase the volume, answer and hang up calls, etc., directly from the headphones, which makes the Anuki Lite a very good option when we want a control system that allows us to keep our attention on other things, such as when we are walking.
To guarantee autonomy, the Anuki Lite offers a autonomy of up to 4 hours per full charge, and recharges in about an hour. And thanks to its smart case, which also informs you about the state of charge, you can carry out up to four recharges . In this way, with the headphones and the case fully charged, you can count on up to 20 hours of autonomy before having to recharge the headphones and case.
Regarding their resistance, something key if you are going to use them to practice sports activities, the Newskill Anuki Lite have IPX4 certification , so you can use them both if you go out for a run, as well as in rainy days in which part of it can reach the headphones, which will also continue to respond perfectly to the gesture control functions, avoiding you having to use the smartphone or the device to which you have them connected for this purpose.