Truke Buds S1 Review: Cheap wireless earbuds for gaming? The wireless earbuds market is pumping so much that you will be damn confused to choose the right ones. Some of the critical things you may look for in a wireless TWS are audio, comfort, price, battery life, etc. However, good TWS makers would try the latency can’t be matched with the wired ones. But, the progress is quite impressive.
I have been using Truke’s Buds S1, a cheap TWS which promises low latency mobile gaming. Specially focused on the trending BGMI (Earlier known as PUBGM).
Audio Quality/Calling Experience
Staring with what matters the most, i.e. Audio Quality. To be frank and straightforward, the amount that you pay for TWS you can’t compare or ask for more. The audio quality is ok for the price but you may get better ones at this price or if you are willing to add ₹500-₹1000 more. Speaking of which the call quality is again ok indoors but will be unusable if you use it outdoor.
The comfort is the right fit for this as it is too small and lightweight to sit on your ears for long hours. The feel and material are all plastic and you need to handle it with care if you don’t want to ruin it. Overall it can be used for long music or gaming hours without any issues.
The battery life claimed by Truke is approx. 10 hours on a single charge and overall 72 hours. While it is a hit and miss you will get a lower value for sure rather than what is mentioned. It also depends on your charge cycle and other factors overall.
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Latency – Gaming and Video
While coming to what Truke Buds S1 is majorly selling it for the Latency. The same cannot be denied that even at this price the latency is quite good. However, I felt a slight delay while watching a video. Playing BGMI or any other game the latency was quite good. If you just want to game go for it.
- Quad Mic with ENC
- Bluetooth v5.1
- Android, Windows & IOS devices
- Premium Sliding Case
- Earbuds have an Ergonomic in-ear design
- IPX4 Certification
- 10hrs Playtime Single Charge upto 62 hours or 72 hours with case.
- 500mAh Charging Case
- Tap to Control
- Low Latency 85ms
- Gaming Mode
- 6 Months Warranty
- Powerful Deep Bass 10mm Dynamic Driver Speakers powered by AAC Codec support
- Gaming Latency
- Battery Life compared to competitors
- Audio Quality
- Cheap Plastic look and feel
- Only 6 months Warranty
- Better alternatives available
At just under ₹1500, I can barely complain or explain more here. But, even 1500 for some may be a good amount of money. For People looking for only gaming, this is an ideal option. But, for overall experience considering Calls, Music, etc. shell out a few extra bucks and you may find better options.
I will be coming up with another value for money Realme Buds Air 2 review soon. So, do wait for that. If you have any questions or suggestions do let us know.