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LG's first true wireless earbuds go on sale in the US

A pair of the Tone Free buds and the charging case will set you back $200.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
January 10, 2020
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After debuting in South Korea in October, LG's first true wireless earbuds are now on sale in the US. The Tone Free buds cost $200 from LG's site. Other retailers are set to start offering them January 11th.

Along with touch controls, Google Assistant integration and IPX4-certified water resistance, LG says the earbuds come with a case that uses UV light to reduce bacteria on them. You can use them for up to six hours of use on a single charge, according to the company. With the fast charging feature, you'll get up to an hour of use after just five minutes of charging.

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