MEElectronics started to gain some traction at CES 2010 with its line of affordable and durable in-ear headphones, and the company continued to impress when we reviewed the $40 M6 and the $20 M9 sets. If you've got an eye for patterns, you may guess that the M11P+ earphones are an even cheaper addition to the line. In fact, these earbuds are a step up, clocking in with an MSRP $70. However, we expect them to retail for less, as that has been the case with other earphones from the company. Plus, these don't sound any better than the M6 earphones do, though the inclusion of a mic and call answer button helps justify the increase in price.
As with its lower-priced brethren, the MEElectronics M11P+ earphones have an impressive, seemingly durable design. You can choose from red, black, or silver models, with those colors corresponding to the shiny coating on the earpieces. Descending from the earpieces is a 52-inch cable that is covered in clear plastic, and seems to contain cloth-coated wires within. As a result, the cord has bit of a shine and is also impressively thick and reasonably tangle-resistant. The cable terminates in a gold-plated L-plug that features an ultraflexible, reinforced housing.