You probably know the name Nubia from its gaming phones to its wide range of accessories. The company has recently announced a wide range of the latter, from chargers to earbuds. There’s even a wireless router and a backpack to go with them all.
There are a total of four different chargers that Nubia announced. Leading the lineup is a 120W three-port charger, followed by a 65W three-port charger. Then there’s a 65W, single port charger and a 45W single port charger as well. These are priced at RMB299 (~RM181), RMB169 (~RM103), RMB119 (~RM72) and RMB99 (~RM60), respectively.
Following that is the Nubia Red Magic WiFi 6 gaming Router, with a look that just screams loot box. But on the inside, it supports OFDMA tech, which goes in line with the WiFi 6 tech. This is priced at RMB299 (~RM181).
Following that, we have three earbuds, headlined by a true wireless variety. It’s called the Nubia Red Magic TWS Gaming Earbuds, and it has the kind of aggressive look that you’d expect from something with the gaming tag in its name. It has breathing LEDs, and has a low-latency mode which boasts a 39ms latency when used with certain Red Magic phones. This is priced at RMB299 (~RM181).
The other two earbuds are of the wired and the neckband variety, called the Red Magic Wired Gaming Earphones and the Red Magic Neckband Gaming Bluetooth Headphones, respectively. Nothing too spectacular about the former, but the latter shares a lot of its features with its TWS sibling. It also has breathing LEDs and a 39ms latency when paired with select Red Magic phones. These are priced at RMB99 (~RM60) and RMB399 (~RM242), respectively.
And finally, we come to the accessories. Nubia also has a Red Magic Backpack which costs RMB299 (~RM181), and a gamepad that is priced at RMB379 (~RM230). No word on if any of these will be available outside of China, or even our shores.