Wireless earbuds are not new to the market. However, a chargeable wireless earbud on your wrist is indeed unique. Last year, Aipower, the innovative smart device developer, developed Wearbuds, the world’s first truly wireless earbuds chargeable on the wrist, as they claim.
Now, the company has announced the next product in its Wearbuds series. Named as Wearbuds Pro, the model combines TWS earbuds and fitness wearable.
Wearbuds Pro will be available from August 4 on the crowdfunding website, Indiegogo. The product will be available with special discounts and deals starting from $89/£71.
The to-be-launched product offers a more convenient way to use earbuds.
Highlights of Wearbuds Pro
- Qualcomm smart audio chip
- Graphene Dynamic Driver
- Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity
- 262k color TFT HD display
- Matte finish metal case
The next-generation product comes with notable features like Graphene Dynamic Driver, an advanced super material uniquely suited for high-fidelity audio. It is also equipped with Qualcomm smart audio chip and aptX support.
The product also boasts of advanced features like fingerprint resistant Corning glass, scratch resistance, and a matte finish metal case. Also, it comes with a 262k color TFT HD display.
The product, which will arrive in a modern outlook, is coupled with premium audio and on-wrist charging. Its unique design eliminates the need for an additional charger. With Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, it features a seamless connection to mobile phones as well.
The fitness band can be used to control music playback, and also answer or reject calls. Designed as a touch screen with gesture control, the band displays the earbud battery life. The updated system enables two full recharges and up to 15 hours of playtime.
The first version of Wearbuds, with its patented design, revolutionized mobile audio with earbuds charged and stored conveniently at the wrist. The product earned over 900k in its initial round of crowdfunding. The product which was designed in the U.S was noted for its Hi-Fi audio and passive noise cancellation capability.