At 10am on February 16th, SONY will unveil a new pair of headphones that it claims will "sound inside and out". Now the real wireless headphones have been revealed. They're called LinkBuds and cost $179.99.
The shape of LinkBuds is very different. Unlike the traditional true wireless earphones that are completely blocked, the whole earphone is just like a doughnut, and the hole in the middle allows you to hear more environmental sounds at any time.
SONY calls it ". Open loop design "; Because of this hole, LinkBuds naturally do not have active noise reduction function. And it doesn't have a silicone plug, which attaches to the ear canal via a shark fin attached to the earpiece.
Some netizens ridicule, no longer worry about earphones blocking earwax.
In terms of parameters, the LinkBuds use a 12mm ring audio driver, driven by the same V1 processor as the SONY 1000XM4 earbuds, and support DSEE audio.
In terms of battery life, SONY's LinkBuds can provide 5.5 hours of continuous playback in one ear and add 12 hours of battery life with a charging case, although the case does not support wireless charging.
SONY LinkBuds are available in dark gray and white, IPX4 waterproof, and fast pairing for Android and Windows 10/11.