Posted under Technology
from 1841 days ago

Parrot certainly has tried to pack as much technology as possible into its first pair of wireless headphones. Alongside the standard Bluetooth connectivity, the company’s new Zik headphones feature active noise cancellation technology, a touch panel on the right earpiece, a head detection sensor, bone conduction sensor, five microphones and, in a headphone first, integrated near field communication (NFC) technology... Continue Reading Parrot’s technology-packing Zik wireless headphones

Section: Music

Tags: Bluetooth, Bone Conduction, Headphones, Noise Canceling, Parrot, Philippe Starck, Wireless

Related Articles:
  • Aftershokz headphones deliver sound through cheeks rather than your ears
  • Able Planet releases budget version of noise canceling headphones
  • Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones
  • Philips Cordless Headphones
  • Sony MDR-RF4000K headphones let you listen without distraction
  • PSB Speakers launches M4U 2 Active Noise Canceling Headphones


blog comments powered by Disqus
Editor's Pick
Popular Today