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无感佩戴旗舰体验 Redmi Buds 3上手******
随着智能手机逐渐取消3.5mm耳机接口，TWS无线耳机的普及率大大提升，也推动了TWS无线耳机市场的发展。今天，Redmi推出了一款入门级别的TWS耳机新品——Redmi Buds 3，这款耳机的众筹价格仅为159元，但却支持aptX™ Adaptive音频编解码、蓝牙5.2、cVc通话降噪等一系列新的技术，再一次诠释了Redmi的超高性价比。
Redmi Buds 3采用了极简的设计风格，在圆润的基础造型之外，加入了直线条来勾勒整机轮廓，显得立体且硬朗。电盒及耳机均采用高光亮面材质，更耐脏污且易清洁。
Redmi Buds 3耳机采用一体化杆体设计，避免了常规耳机的拼接缝隙，令耳机的一体感和精致度得到了大幅提高。另外，Redmi Buds 3还支持IP54级防尘防水，满足常规运动佩戴需求。
Redmi Buds 3非常的轻巧，单耳机重量只有4.5g，仅相当于一张A4纸的重量。轻巧的设计可以降低耳机对耳道的压迫，提供舒适无感的佩戴体验，可以减轻长时间佩戴耳机带来的不适感。
不仅耳机轻，Redmi Buds 3的整机重量也只有42g，携带时也不会造成额外的负担。虽然轻巧，但是Redmi Buds 3的续航表现还是非常不错的，Redmi Buds 3可连续使用5小时，配合充电盒更可实现共计20小时的超长续航。常规通勤使用的情况下，可一周一充。
Redmi Buds 3支持快速充电，充电10分钟就可听歌1.5小时。超长续航配合快速充电，Redmi Buds 3整机的续航表现可以说稳如有线。
Redmi Buds 3采用高通QCC3040芯片，支持aptX™ Adaptive高清自适应解码，实现了音质与延迟的自适应调节，无论音乐还是游戏等各种场景下都能拥有更优的听感。
Redmi Buds 3内置双麦克风，支持cVc通话降噪技术，可动态削减环境噪声以及声学回声，实现更自然的双向对话。还支持True Wireless Mirroring技术，保证双主耳同步传输，提高连接稳定性，降低音频断续情况的发生。
Redmi Buds 3还完整接入了MIUI互联生态。支持互联弹窗，可实现首次连接引导、开盖显示每个耳机电量等便捷功能。支持小爱实验室，更可快速唤出智能场景、查找耳机、防丢提醒等。
Redmi Buds 3的耳机内置红外光学检测器件，Buds 3单耳/双耳均支持佩戴即连接。而且左右耳均支持双击、三击、长按三种手势操作，并且左右耳可对同一手势分别设置不同功能，进一步提高手势操控的便利性。
Redmi Buds 3现已上线小米商城、小米有品，9月8日正式开启众筹，众筹价仅159元，性价比突出。
China's auto sales down 9.4 pct in October******
BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- China's auto sales dropped 9.4 percent year on year to 2.33 million units in October, data from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) showed Wednesday.。
The decline, however, narrowed 10.2 percentage points from September, and the monthly sales rose 12.8 percent from September, according to the CAAM.。
Bucking the trend, sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) climbed remarkably in October.。
NEV sales rocketed 134.9 percent year on year in October to about 383,000 units, or up 7.2 percent from September.。
The market penetration rate of NEVs in China reached 12.1 percent in the first 10 months.。
China aims to raise the proportion of new NEVs in its sales of new vehicles to 20 percent by 2025, according to a development plan for China's NEV industry released in 2020. Enditem。
Former US Secretary of State dies from COVID******
In this file photo taken on December 4, 2018, former US Secretary of State Colin Powell pays his respects as the remains of former US President George H. W. Bush lie in state at the US Capitol rotunda in Washington, DC.
Colin Powell, the first black secretary of state who saw his trailblazing legacy tarnished when he made the case for war in Iraq in 2003, died on Monday from complications from COVID-19.
The 84-year-old retired four-star general was fully vaccinated, his family said in a statement, making him one of the most high-profile US public figures to die of a breakthrough infection.
President Joe Biden led an outpouring of tributes from home and abroad, describing the officer-turned-statesman, who had battled cancer and was reportedly immunocompromised, as a breaker of racial barriers who believed in "the promise of America."
"Colin embodied the highest ideals of both warrior and diplomat," said Biden, who ordered flags flown at half-staff at federal government properties.
"He was committed to our nation's strength and security above all."
After engineering military victory in the 1991 Gulf War, Powell was so widely popular and respected that he was considered a strong candidate to become the first black US president.
He ultimately decided against running for the White House, although he later broke with his Republican Party to endorse Barack Obama.
A son of Jamaican immigrants, Powell frequently shattered glass ceilings in a career that took him from combat in Vietnam to becoming America's first black national security adviser under Ronald Reagan.
He was also the youngest and first African-American chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Reagan's successor, George H.W. Bush.
Serving four presidents, Powell made his reputation as a man of honor distant from the political fray – an asset in the corridors of power.
There were glowing tributes from all living ex-presidents except Donald Trump – the pair had a public falling out – with Barack Obama calling Powell "an exemplary patriot."
George W. Bush, who made Powell the highest-ranking black US public official ever when he chose him as secretary of state in 2000, mourned a "family man and a friend."
'Man of ideas'
Powell had a reputation for bipartisanship, straight talk and integrity, and was praised for his officer's instincts of duty and honor.
Israeli former leader Benjamin Netanyahu led the international tributes alongside British current and ex-prime ministers Boris Johnson and Tony Blair, noting Powell's leadership example and dedication to public service.
US Cabinet secretaries paying their respect included Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who said Powell was among the "greatest leaders that we have ever witnessed," and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who recalled how his predecessor had modernized the agency.
"He was a man of ideas but he wasn't ideological. He was constantly listening, learning, adapting. He could admit mistakes," Blinken said.
There were very few glaring missteps in public life, but Powell found it hard to live down his infamous February 2003 speech to the United Nations Security Council about the alleged existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq – evidence which was later proven to be false.
"It's a blot... and will always be a part of my record. It was painful. It's painful now," Powell said in a 2005 interview with ABC News.
The statesman's reputation never fully recovered, and ordinary Iraqis interviewed by AFP reacted indifferently or bitterly to the news of his death.
"His failed policy led to the destruction of Iraq and all the destruction that befell Iraq, and we went back to the past because of it, unfortunately," Amin Ahmed, 53, told AFP in Baghdad.