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Palm is getting into the true wireless earbud business with the all-new Palm Buds Pro and they're taking on the Apple AirPods Pro at half the price. With years of experience designing headphones for the brands like Beats by Dre and Samsung, Palm founders Dennis Miloseski and Howard Nuk along with their Creative Director Xuan Shu, rounded up their team over a year ago to create a pair of wireless earbuds that deliver premium, studio-grade sound but at an affordable price point. 

Wrapped in a matte black finish, the Palm Buds Pro feature dynamic 10mm drivers to produce powerful sound with deep bass while a six-microphone active noise cancellation shuts off your surroundings so you can enjoy your music without any distractions. The earbuds also feature an ambient mode so you can hear your surroundings when necessary and you've also got smart touch controls, Siri or Google Assistant support, and up to six hours of battery life and up to 24 hours of battery life with the included charging case. 

The Palm Buds Pro are available today for a pre-order price of just $99 (retail - $129) and the pre-sale will end on November 9th. 

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