The future of headphones is clearly headed in a wireless direction, and here to help you stay in vogue is Alpha Audiotronics, which recently announced the general availability of Skybuds. Promising stellar battery life, Near-field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) connectivity, and the kind of audio quality any music enthusiast would appreciate, Alpha Audiotronics is essentially saying it’s successfully cracked a wireless earbud code where others have so far failed.
With Skybuds, listeners will be privy to four hours of on-the-go listening — which falls short of some of Skybuds’ competition — but then toss in an additional 24 hours of battery life by way of a portable charging case, and you get some of the best on-the-go charging available. Like most other truly
So if you’re tired of the sound sometimes cutting out of your
And thanks to Alpha Audiotronics’ collaboration with ECCO Design, Skybuds claim to be some of the most comfortable headphones around. With three fit tip options, Alpha Audiotronics says even if your ears aren’t shaped exactly like your neighbor’s, you’ll both be able to enjoy the same pair of
“Wireless earbuds have typically come with all kinds of trade-offs and compromises,” said Jamie Roberts Seltzer, CEO and co-founder of Alpha Audiotronics. “Skybuds let users have it all with powerful function, versatility, and design, without sacrificing a premier listening experience. Every element of Skybuds’ truly wireless earbuds was intentionally designed, so whether you’re streaming music at the gym, joining a conference call or jumping on a plane, Skybuds fit wherever your life takes you. Our truly wireless technology not only shows the evolution of audio experiences, but also the immersive and endless possibilities of combining audio and connectivity in your ear.”
You can get your own pair of Skybuds at Best Buy or at skybuds.com.
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