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Earin - The World's Smallest Wireless Earbuds Unveiled

Question asked by Akhilesh Garud in #Coffee Room on Jun 24, 2014
Akhilesh Garud
Akhilesh Garud · Jun 24, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
When it comes to headphones, you can either go with those bulky headphones or you can use those small, tangled, easy to carry headphones. Or you can go with Earin- world’s smallest wireless earbuds. A group of former Sony Ericson and Nokia engineers have developed new wireless headphones, so small, that they are almost invisible. These headphones consist of two earbuds that function together as one headphone. These earbuds, connected via Bluetooth, are said to deliver high quality audio sound.

Weighing just 5 grams, these headphones have a play time of 3 hours. These headphones are charged by 50 mAh rechargeable Li-ion Button Cell. These earbuds come with a battery capsule, which you can attach to your keychain, so that these tiny earbuds are ready whenever you are ready to listen to some music. The capsule is charged by 100 mAh rechargeable Li-ion Button Cell and weighs just 25 grams.

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Though they are small and light, you’ll have to pay a heavy price of $134 USD to get your own pair of earbuds. With a few prototypes up for sale, Earin expects to start shipping them in January 2015.


Source: Earin Posted in: #Coffee Room
Sarathkumar Chandrasekaran
Member of CrazyEngineers
Impressive technology but pricing haunts me
ahmed sarfraz
ahmed sarfraz · Jun 26, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
A helpful tool for spying purpose and enjoyment as well.
Rajni Jain
Rajni Jain · Jun 26, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
Super impressive technology and more than that is the price 😁

I am afraid, this may be wrongly used in sports where players are not supposed to talk to their coaches during the match?
ahmed sarfraz
ahmed sarfraz · Jun 30, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
Rajni Jain
Super impressive technology and more than that is the price 😁

I am afraid, this may be wrongly used in sports where players are not supposed to talk to their coaches during the match?
And there are many more illegal things that people do with these, one of the most popular one is cheating in exams

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