Lenovo has announced the launch of its latest series of audio devices in India. These new products include the company’s flagship true wireless earbuds, Bluetooth headsets and a Digital Voice Recorder, among others. Among the five audio devices launched by the company, the HT10 TWS is its premier flagship product. Priced at Rs 3,999, the true wireless earbuds comes with Qualcomm 3020 Chipset, support aptX audio, Bluetooth 5.0 compatibility and 20m connectivity range. This headset is IPX5 sweat- and water-resistant, and comes with a magnetic charging case. Users can expect up to 8 hours of music playback time.

The second audio device that the company launched is the Sports BT Headset HE15, with a hands-free mic. This product, priced at Rs 1,999, offers HD Sound with extra bass, Bluetooth 5.0 support, 12 hours of playback time, and comes in five colours — pink, bronze, white, black and blue.

Results matter, but not as much as experimentation. Coach Ravi Shastri said as much, pointing out that India would be looking to groom youngsters for the format with an eye on the T20 World Cup.

Indian team is in a situation where there is plenty of change, more in the bowling unit than batting. For the second consecutive series, India have rested Jasprit Bumrah, giving newcomers more opportunities. Bumrah doesn’t exactly need bowling practise to stay in rhythm especially in T20 cricket. He can always walk into the side and do his thing.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar too is missing the South Africa series which means Navdeep Saini, Deepak Chahar and Khaleel Ahmed get more opportunities to make an impression. They’ve already done that, impressing in the West Indies tour.

The spin unit is fresh too; India have rotated out Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav yet again, giving Rahul Chahar and Washington Sundar the baton with all-rounders Ravindra Jadeja and Krunal Pandya around too. Chahar had a highly impressive IPL and made his international debut in West Indies. The South Africa tour is an opportunity for him to enhance his reputation, with plenty of competition looming around. India are never short of spinners – apart from Kuldeep and Chahal, there’s also the likes of Shreyas Gopal and Mayank Markande waiting in the wings.