Relods, a product from the Indiegogo campaign, is scheduled to be available in February.
So far, we haven’t heard of a manufacturer trying to extend the life of its TWS-designed headphones with replaceable batteries, which lasts at nearly 200% performance. Indiegogo campaign running Relods, on the other hand, tries exactly that.
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Although we don’t know much about the black and white earpieces on the campaign page, they can be connected to compatible devices via Bluetooth 5.2, have IP55 protection, the Qualcomm aptX codec and the manufacturer’s active noise cancellation thanks to four built-in microphones. their technology is touch-controlled.
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So far, this isn’t too much of a Relods product out of the box, but it’s an interesting device for powering, as the 9-hour headphones themselves have a removable, magnetically-fixed battery, four of which are included in the package – two in the ear and two in the ear. wirelessly or via USB Type-C.
The combination of these allows us to listen to music for a total of 60 hours, which frees the user from recharging for weeks for 1-2 hours of active use.
The earbuds that come with the three pairs of rubber bells (which by the way don’t have a special fancy name yet, Relods is the abbreviated name for Relods Devices Inc. in the US) are currently available for $ 59 on the product’s Indiegogo campaign page, while the wireless-packed kit costs $ 110, however, final prices will be higher when shipping begins in February, with the manufacturer asking for $ 110 and $ 155, respectively.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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