Noise Buds VS102 Pro With ANC

Noise has added another budget TWS earbuds to its existing VS 102 series. The new Noise Buds VS102 Pro are the latest ANC earbuds by the Indian brand, with an affordable price tag under Rs 2000. Noise, one of India’s leading smart wearables brands, offers a wide range of TWS earbud options across price segments. The Noise Buds VS102 Pro are its new affordable TWS style earbuds featuring a lightweight design and are claimed to offer up to 40 hours of battery life without Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) while 36 hours with it on.

The Noise Buds VS102 Pro have been launched in India at a price of Rs 1,799. The TWS earbuds come in 4 colour options – Jet Black, Calm Beige, Aurora Green, and Glacier Blue. Buyers can grab the Noise Buds VS102 Pro from GoNoise.com, the official website for the brand. The Noise Buds VS102 Pro also features on-ear touch controls.

The Noise Buds VS102 Pro earbuds feature Quad Mics with active noise cancellation (ANC) for up to 25dB as well as environmental noise cancellation (ENC). The wearables come with an in-ear form factor and on-ear touch controls that let users enable ANC, transparency, gaming mode, adjust volume, and control music, call, as well as access Siri and Google Assistant. It also features hands-free calling. The earbuds are compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones. Noise Buds VS102 Pro earbuds utilises 11mm speaker drivers and also come with an IPX5 rating for sweat and water resistance.

The earbuds support Bluetooth 5.3 with 10 metres of wireless range. Noise claims the earbuds can offer up to six hours of playtime on a single charge and an additional 34 hours with the charging case. An Instacharge feature will let users charge the earbuds for 10 minutes for up to 150 minutes of playtime. The Noise Buds VS102 Pro earbuds weigh four grams each, and the charging case weighs around 34 grams. The case has a dimension of 57.5 x 52 x 26mm.

RIP Richard Belzer

American actor & comedian Richard Belzer, who began as an edgy stand-up performer before finding further fame as the cynical but stalwart detective John Munch on Homicide: Life on the StreetĀ andĀ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, has died. He was 78 and died early Sunday at his home in Bozouls in southwest France. He made his first appearance in 1993 as Munch on the first episode of HomicideĀ and his last in 2016 onĀ Law & Order: SVU.Ā In between those two NBC dramas,Ā Belzer played the detective on eight other series, and his hold on the character lasted for 23 years.

Belzer was born in Connecticut to a Jewish family and describes his mother as “physically abusive” and tried to make her laugh so she wouldn’t beat him or his brother. After graduating fromĀ Fairfield Warde High School, Belzer worked as a reporter for theĀ Bridgeport Post. He began his career as a stand-up comic at Pips,Ā The Improv, andĀ Catch a Rising Star. Belzer was the audience warm-up comedian forĀ Saturday Night LiveĀ and made three guest appearances on the show between 1975 and 1980. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Belzer became an occasional film actor and had small roles in several prominent films as well as in a few music videos.

In addition to his film career, Belzer was a featured player on theĀ National Lampoon Radio Hour. He also had a recurring role on the 1990s seriesĀ The Flash, played Inspector Henderson onĀ Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of SupermanĀ and did cameos in music videos for Pat Benatar and Mike + the Mechanics.He followed that with starring roles on theĀ Baltimore-basedĀ Homicide: Life on the StreetĀ (1993ā€“1999) and the New York City-basedĀ Law & Order: Special Victims UnitĀ (1999ā€“2013), portraying police detectiveĀ John Munch in both series. He retired in 2014 but came back for an episode in 2016. Belzer’s older brother, Leonard Belzer, died by suicide at age 73 on July 30, 2014, by jumping from the roof of the New York City luxury apartment building in which he had resided. Belzer’s father had also died by suicide, in 1968.