Sudio Power Mac Center, Power Mac Center Welcomes Sudio Brand to its Portfolio, Gadget Pilipinas

Lifestyle tech provider Power Mac Center continues to expand its portfolio of game-changing products with  the addition of international audio brand, Sudio.

Sudio Power Mac Center, Power Mac Center Welcomes Sudio Brand to its Portfolio, Gadget PilipinasSudio is a Swedish brand that aims to unite audiophiles and non-audiophiles by delivering great sound quality with its wide selection of Bluetooth wireless audio devices, combining a refined style with nifty features and good comfort.

Sudio Power Mac Center, Power Mac Center Welcomes Sudio Brand to its Portfolio, Gadget PilipinasAmong its lineup, PMC highlights the Sudio FEM True Wireless In-Ear Headphones, an innovative pair that offers a dynamic range of sound quality no matter what the environment. It also boasts 4 microphones for sharper and clearer audio when making calls.

As for battery life, Sudio FEM can deliver up to 20 hours of total playtime (6 hours per charge and 3+ charges via its carrying case). You can also get an hour of use with 10-minutes of charging.

The device uses Bluetooth 5.0, which allows for a 10 meter range and higher bandwidth that makes it easier to pair with any Bluetooth-enabled device. To top it all off, it also boasts an IPX5 rating for splash, rain and sweat resistance.

Being conscious of the environment, Sudio uses artificial leather in most of its products while also reducing the use of fossil fuels in production and transportation to maintain ecological sustainability.

Alongside the FEM, PMC is also carrying its other audio tech offerings, which are now available at select Power Mac Center branches and the PMC Online Store. The brand also has plans to make their offerings available in other online channels such as Lazada and Shopee in the future.

To know more about Sudio and its products, you may visit the PMC website, or its social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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