Aipower Wearbuds: True Wireless Earbuds on your Smartwatch
Aipower Wearbuds: True Wireless Earbuds on your Smartwatch

Thanks to the rise of cheap technology, we are getting back to back new devices which we have never even imagined! One such cool gadget is wireless earbuds. As the name suggests, the best part of it is, they are wireless wearables.

According to Aipower, there is a better way to charge wireless earbuds and that is by embedding them in a digital watch. Frankly, Aipower’s Wearbuds has more to offer than what Apple offers with its wireless Airpods.

Aipower Wearbuds: True Wireless Earbuds on your Smartwatch
Aipower Wearbuds

Aipower Wearbuds comes with a price tag of  $69 for a matte black variant and at the rate of $149 for a limited edition variant. However, the limited edition variant is pretty interesting as it adds up a handful of cool features like fitness tracking and sleep tracking.

Wearbuds is lightweight. It weighs only 3.6 grams each and offers wireless stereo with the help of which you will be able to take phone calls. Similarly, you can connect your Wearbuds to your smartphone through Bluetooth and listen to music with the wireless pods.

Aipower Wearbuds: True Wireless Earbuds on your Smartwatch
Aipower Wearbuds

In order to charge the device, all you have to do is plug the tiny earbuds into either side of the smartwatch’s rounded oblong screen and the smartwatch charges the Wearbuds. However, you should note that the smartwatch battery dries out after 7 days so you have to charge the watch with a wire. On the other hand, Wearbuds battery lasts around 5.5 hours with a full charge. The device is powered by a Qualcomm audio chipset and grapheme augmented drivers.

These devices come integrated with IPX6 water resistance technology which means it won’t be damaged if it is dropped in the water so you can go for a swimming session wearing it!

The smartwatch features an Arm Cortex-M core processor and there is an app which offers some basic information about you such as steps walked, heartbeat rate, and hours slept.

To learn more about the product, visit the Kickstarter page.

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