Earbuds are compact audio devices designed to be placed directly into the ears. They consist of small earpieces that deliver audio directly into the ear canal. Earbuds are typically lightweight, portable, and more discreet than larger headphones. They come in wired and wireless (Bluetooth) models, with the latter often being more popular for their convenience. Earbuds are commonly used for listening to music, podcasts, making phone calls, and other audio-related activities on the go. They may include features like touch controls, noise isolation, or even active noise cancellation for an enhanced listening experience.