HearNotes are ‘the first truly wire-free earbuds’
Indiegogo, the crowdfunding site, has thrown up yet another innovative product for us to marvel at.
What’s getting us excited this time is HearNotes, ‘the next generation of portable, audio evolution’, which are the first truly wire-free earbuds to go to market.
Using tech that’s ’10 times superior to Bluetooth’, the team behind the nifty earbuds have spent 18 months honing their design to create HearNotes. The earbuds feature Kleer Technology, and work in combination with a subtle transmitter which clips into the headphone portal on a smartphone, TV or iPod – any device that has a 3.5mm jack, basically.
HearNotes deliver hi-fi stereo audio and have a range of up to 50 feet, meaning you can roam about a bit while listening.
‘With HearNotes, we knew that real innovation always comes at the price of the status quo – so we didn’t choose Bluetooth,’ the brand’s Indiegogo promotional video explains.
‘In fact, we began our journey first by identifying the superior wireless technology that was actually built for music listening, then worked our way backwards to establish the perfect design.’
Now officially in demand on Indiegogo, HearNotes reached its crowdfunding goal easily, and will begin shipping the product worldwide in January 2016.
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Sorry, but “earbuds” don’t have an over the ear loop.