The idea of combining smartphones and wireless headphones in one gadget belongs to the team of specialists from the Chinese company Wristbuds, specializing in the development of TWS headphones.
In short, Wristbuds is a smart watch with familiar functions for fitness, health, music and phone calls. But at the same time, it is also a rechargeable wireless headset case. And the headphones themselves are also interesting because they are equipped with a branded membrane based on graphene.
The upper flip-down cover of the Wristbuds is a display under which headphones are stored in the charging sockets. The device works with memory cards instore 4G, capable to store more than 1000 music tracks in MP3 format. In the design of the headphones the developers used CVC noise reduction technology with advanced algorithms for filtering out external noise. In Wristbuds is used communication via Bluetooth 5 protocol.
The gadget is equipped with a power supply for 140 mAh with hourly charge, which is enough for 4 days. Each of the headphones, consuming 8 – 10 mA, has a battery capacity of 26 mAh.
The Wristbuds fundraising company on Kickstarter has already made $6129 for the required $5000. The set is available for $79 with worldwide delivery starting in April.