Sony LinkBuds: TWS headphones with an unusual design, a proprietary V1 processor and an autonomy of more than 17 hours for €180
Sony has officially unveiled its unusual new product - LinkBuds wireless headphones.
The main feature of the model is visible to the naked eye - this is the original design. The shape resembles a ring or a donut, and there are simply no usual silicone pads - the earpiece is held in the ear using a special arc. The set includes four different sizes.
The wearing process is called "Never Off", which means that there is no noise reduction familiar to modern headphones - on the contrary, you will hear others and will be able to communicate with them while playing games or listening to music. At the same time, during telephone conversations, the device will filter out unnecessary noise.
Sony LinkBuds are equipped with a built-in V1 processor of their own production and
The case has IPX4 sweat and moisture resistance. A single charge lasts up to 5.5 hours, and the charging case extends battery life by another 12 hours. Fast charging gives you 90 minutes of playback in just 10 minutes on a wire.
The manufacturer also boasted that the novelty was created with care for the environment: both the headphones and the charging case are made of recycled plastic, and there is no plastic in the packaging at all.
Sony LinkBuds will cost €180. Headphones are available in black and white.
A source: Sony