The idea to combine smartwatches and wireless headphones in one gadget belongs to a team of specialists from the Chinese company Wristbuds, which specializes in the development of TWS headphones.
In a nutshell, Wristbuds is a smartwatch with familiar features for fitness, health monitoring, music playback and phone calls. But at the same time, they are at the same time a case for wireless headphones with a recharge function. And the headphones themselves are interesting in that they are equipped with a proprietary graphene-based membrane.
The top flip cover of the Wristbuds is a display under which headphones are stored in the charging jacks. The device works with instore 4G memory cards, which can store more than 1000 pieces of music in MP3 format. In the design of the headphones, the developers used CVC noise canceling technology with advanced algorithms for filtering extraneous noise. The Wristbuds uses Bluetooth 5 communication.
The gadget is equipped with a 140 mAh power supply with an hour of charging, which lasts for 4 days. Each of the earbuds consuming 8-10 mA has a 26 mAh battery.
The fundraiser for Wristbuds has already raised $ 6, 129 on Kickstarter against the $ 5, 000 required. The kit can be purchased for $ 79 with worldwide shipping starting in April.