Wireless headphones did not change much in shape and functionality since they were introduced on the market. One of the biggest disadvantages using wireless headphones, apart the battery life, is the blind fumbling after the buttons when you want to use a function (skip a song or turn up/down the volume, etc …). While, as time passes, you might get used with the location of the buttons, swiping your fingers around the headphones to achieve the same actions seems a lot more intuitive and less prone to errors.
The Finger Swipe Headphones allow you to use predefined movements on the external surface of the earpiece. This way, you can turn the volume up or down with a simple vertical finger swipe and advance or rewind a track with a horizontal swipe.
The headphones connect to your smartphone, tablet, laptop or MP3 via Bluetooth, feature a rechargeable battery that allows you to continuously listen to around 10 hours of music, have a built-in microphone so you can answer calls if needed, fold away for compact storage and come with an auxiliary port that allows you to use them on non-Bluetooth devices.
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