No one can deny this fact, that technology is ruling the world.There has been a new innovation made for music lovers by Zungle Sunglasses.Nowonwards listening to songs via hearphones will be history now.
Yes, you have read it right.Zungle has designed a pair of sunglasses, through which anyone can hear the music.
CEO and co-founder of Zungle Jason Yang, came up with the idea because he was annoyed with trying to wear an earpiece and sunglasses to listen to music while wakeboarding.
With Zungle’s sunglasses, wearers can listen to music or make phone calls while skiing, biking or wakeboarding without worrying about an additional earpiece. Bone-conduction technology, in which you hear sound through vibrations to your skull rather than through your ears, isn’t new. But the idea of putting it into relatively inexpensive consumer products, like sunglasses, has been gaining traction recently.
They’re not for everyone. Bone-conduction headphones are useful, especially for fitness buffs, because they don’t cover your ears like regular headphones. For example, if you’re out running, bone-conduction headphones will still allow you to hear all of the ambient sound around you like traffic.
These headphones can also be connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth and music playback is controlled with the jog dial on the right ear.
There’s also a built-in microphone for answering phone calls. The company says the 300 milliamp-hour (mAh) battery is good for up to 4 hours of music playback. The headphones are charged by popping off one of the ears to reveal a microUSB port.
You can grab these headphones +sunglasses by paying $150 in retail shops, whereas you get it for $119 if you pre-order it now with an extra $15 shipping charges.