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JBL is going to bring solar powered headphones, will get 'never ending' battery

JBL is going to bring solar powered headphones, will get 'never ending' battery


Such technology is seen, which can be considered as the 'next step' in the true sense and which later also becomes a part of the rest of the products. Most of such technology is seen in smartphones and PC devices, but soon major changes may come in Bluetooth headphones.

Every year there is a technology which can be considered as the 'next step' in the true sense and which later also becomes a part of the rest of the products. Most of such technology is seen in smartphones and PC devices, but soon major changes may come in Bluetooth headphones. Popular audio brand JBL posted the campaign, starting with this. The post campaign on Indiegogo states that if the company gets support from people, they want to make solar-powered headphones or 'self-charging' headphones.

The company has named this device JBL REFLECT Eternal and so far more than 800 buyers have been interested in it. JBL says the campaign will end in January 2020, after which work on its prototype will begin in February. The company is going to start production by August and shipping target from October 2020. Currently, it does not look like there will be mass production of this device from the company and nothing has been said about it. The company says that the battery of the headphones will be charged automatically, thus never ending.

Price


The headphone campaign also mentions its price and is divided into several categories. 'Early Bird' backers of headphones will get this product for Rs 5,300, while 'Early Adopters' can buy it for Rs 7,000. Let me tell you that during the campaign, 'Early Bird' section has been sold out and in the 'Early Adopters' section about 200 backers have already shown interest in the device. In addition to solar charging, USB fast charging will also be supported for charging in this headphone and 15 minutes of charging will get 2 hours of playtime.

This is how charging will work


The company has also shared details about how JBL REFLECT Eternal headphones will work with the 700mAh solar-powered battery. The audio company says the headphones will use Exeger Powerfoyle technology, which transforms natural and artificial light into 'never-ending' energy. With its help, the headphones will get a virtually never ending unlimited battery life. The company says that for about 1.5 hours of solar-charging, these headphones will receive 68 hours, while there will be 168 hours of audio playtime users instead of 2 hours of solar charging.

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