“Smart” headphones to be on market soon

“Smart” headphones to be on market soon

The US company SoundSight has started taking orders for a new generation of “smart” headphones that carry the same brand name. The new company product will be capable of recording audio and video and will also have a 1080p video camera that will directly send recorded videos to the Internet.

The headphones’ futuristic design hides a number of devices that includes six microphones, a 3.5-mm audio jack, a USB port and Bluetooth. The device is powered by an 800 mAh lithium-ion battery (up to 4 hours of video recording and up to 18 hours in noise-cancelling mode) and is capable of producing sounds that lie between 16 Hz and 20 000 Hz. In addition to that it supports both Android and iOS-powered devices.

The SoundSight headphones will sell for USD 499.99 but you can now pre-order the device for USD 349.

Source: SoundSight

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