Meet Wireless Earbuds Aiming To Challenge Apple’s AirPods

Meet Wireless Earbuds Aiming To Challenge Apple’s AirPods

This wireless earbuds designed by Crazybaby is likely to give Apple’s AirPods a run for their money.

Crazybaby is an audio company focused on the intersection of emotion, sound, and devices.

Based in Shenzhen China, the Crazybaby team has decades of collective experience in acoustic engineering, along with expertise in industrial design, software, supply chain, manufacturing and marketing.

The new wireless earbuds are known as Air and they are wireless Hi-Fi headphones.

The Air is currently an early bird project on IndieGogo and Air Early Bird is selling for $99 (Rxx) and Air Exclusive at $129 (RXX). They are estimated to go on sale by January 2017.

“We believe wireless is the future of music, so we spent the last 12 months putting our passion for perfection to the test, creating the next generation of revolutionary wireless headphones. Air is the first acoustic device in the world to implement carbon nanotube technology,” said Crazybaby on IndieGogo.

“This is a major industry breakthrough that will allow Air to have a comfortable, ergonomic design while looking, feeling and, most importantly, sounding spectacular.”

air-techRun Without Wires

With Air you can now run without wires.

No tangled wires, no bouncing, no cable noise, no slippage. Water resistant so you can sweat even harder to hit your personal record.

Embrace Ergonomic Design

Fits comfortably and securely in your ears. Each earbud has adjustable sillicone tips to fit ears of any size.

Stay Connected

Air is smaller, more portable, but with more stable connection.

Enjoy Incredible Sound

Custom equalizer and true wireless stereo sound technology. Hear every detail of the music.

Connect to iOS & Android

Consistent, reliable Bluetooth 4.2 audio connection to any device, Air is flawlessly adaptive to all mainstream mobile devices, iPhone or Android.

Connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device to play games, stream movies, immerse yourself in virtual reality, or even to just walk around the house.

Ask Your Personal Assistant

When connected to a smartphone, you can press to talk to your voice assistant while keeping your phone in your pocket.

 

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