Sony has introduced a new range of Xperia Ear Duo Wireless Earphones this week which are now available to preorder priced at $280. Designed to enable users to listen to music and also receive notifications while simultaneously hearing environmental sounds or conversations nearby. The new headphones are compatible with Android 5.0, iOS version 10 or later and are equipped with rechargeable batteries 56 mAh in each that are capable of providing up to 2.5 hours of talk time or 4 hours of listening time and can be recharged to provide up to 16 hours of listening time in total with the supplied carrying and charging case offering a 740 mAh battery.
The features of the Sony Xperia Ear Duo Bluetooth earphones include the inclusion of five senses taking the form of a accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, compass, and barometer. As well as Quad microphones with two microphones in each unit offering beamforming Noise suppression. Adaptive volume control. Echo and Wind noise cancelation, Clear PhaseTM. Dynamic driver unit on each core unit. Codecs SBC/AAC.
“Driven by Sony’s ultra-low power consuming “SPRITZER” chip and a sophisticated multi-sensor platform, the “Daily Assist” feature will recognize time, location, and activities to offer relevant information throughout the day – reminding you of the time for your next meeting when you reach the office or narrating the latest news headlines. Xperia Ear Duo also responds to head gestures – the advanced sensors allow you to answer or decline incoming calls by shaking or nodding your head (or to skip through music by shaking your head left and right). You can also control your music and volume by simply tapping and scrolling on the device.”
For more information jump over to the official Sony website where the Xperia Ear Duo Bluetooth earphones are available to purchase on preorder in Black and Gold finishes.
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