Lenovo LP3 Pro headset with 1200mAh Power Bank

Today we look at the Lenovo LP3 Pro, an entry-level semi-in-ear headphones in which the battery of its case stands out, with no less than 1200 mAh.

A battery that in addition to charging the headphones can even serve us as a Power Bank, since we can connect it via USB-C to any smartphone or tablet and recharge its battery. In its charging and storage box, we can also display the status of the total charge and each of the headphones.

Regarding the headphones, these carry the typical 13 mm dynamic drivers that we find in most Lenovo, IPX5 protection against splashes and sweat and a microphone that is responsible for reducing noise during phone calls with CVC8.0 technology. As you can see, the Lenovo LP3 Pro is a simple Bluetooth headset with an extra battery in its charging case that can get you out of some trouble.

Lenovo LP3 Pro powerbank

Lenovo LP3 Pro Specifications

The Lenovo LP3 Pro has a semi-in-ear design with Bluetooth 5.0 low energy connectivity, with a range of up to 10 meters and offers a low latency for gaming of less than 40 ms. The LP3 Pro headset has support for AAC/SBC audio codecs that improve sound quality, an ideal technology to accompany its 13 mm diameter drivers.

In addition, in terms of autonomy, these headphones integrate a 40 mAh battery that allows us to play music for up to 3 hours autonomously. If we use the battery of the case with a capacity of 1200 mAh we have extra charge to recharge for many hours, a case that is recharged by a USB Type-C connector that facilitates its connection without looking.

Price and availability

Lenovo LP3 Pro

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