Bragi, the crowdfunded German startup that created the fully wireless Dash earbuds and named it The Headphone
Users can listen, track, communicate with the ear bud. The Dash combines three amazing technologies in one revolutionary product. The bud is designed with phones in mind, users can take calls and use voice-activated apps like Siri or Google Now as well as listen to music and podcasts. The device is said to have 3 to 4 hours battery life.
“The Headphone can be connected to any Bluetooth device, including the much-anticipated, headphone-jack free iPhone 7,” the company writes in its press release. The ear bud is priced $119 presently and will retail at $149 in November. It's being sold from $299 on Amazon.
Bluetooth connection has been a problem from time. A lot of these problems are issues with software, and the good thing about software is that it can be changed.
Bragi says the upgrade will make Bluetooth connectivity “faster and better.” Other features include a new shuffle setting for the internal music player, on-demand heart-rate tracking, and the Dash assistant will be able to speak four new languages: Chinese, French, German, and Spanish. In addition, a new feature called Touch Lock is designed to help prevent random gestures from triggering actions on the Dash.GOOD
- Good sound
- Snug, secure fit
- Easy to use
- Excellent design and build quality
- Portable charging case BAD
- Bluetooth problems outdoors when the phone is in your pocket
- Sleeves for different ear sizes are ugly
- Still some bugs in the firmware
- Fitness features need expandingMore Pictures
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You can get it from Amazon through the link below >> https://www.amazon.com/Bragi-Truly-Wireless-Smart-Earphones/dp/B01BHAU6QO
Download the update here >> http://os.bragi.com/