During the ongoing CES 2020, Harman Kardon has unveiled its latest collection of Bluetooth earphones. The company has been silent for the past couple of years when it comes to launching headphones as its sibling companies have been doing the job. Finally, Harman Kardon has decided to take things into its own hands for the CES 2020. The latest Harman Kardon earphones range from true wireless variants to over-the-ear headphones. Here’s the newest product range from Harman Kardon.
Harman Kardon Launches Three New Bluetooth Earphones During the CES 2020
1. Harman Kardon Fly TWS
Starting with the Harman Kardon Fly TWS, the true wireless earbuds come with features like in-ear detection and touch controls. Furthermore, they are sweat and rain resistant. As per the company, the Harman Kardon Fly TWS will last up to 5 hours of continuous use on a single charge. To add to that, the charging case that the earbuds come bundled with provides for 15 hours more.
The Harman Kardon Fly TWS earbuds are priced at $150.
2. Harman Kardon Fly ANC
The Harman Kardon Fly ANC headphones, as the name suggests, feature active noise cancellation. These are over-the-ear headphones, and they come with 40mm drivers. You can customize their sound by making use of the Harman Kardon Headphones app. As far as the design is concerned, the Harman Kardon Fly ANC feature aluminum cups, and their headband is covered with leather. The headphones pack in a 700mAh battery that charges in around 2 hours, and it lasts over 20 hours when listening with the active noise cancellation mode on, and 30 hours with it turned off.
The Harman Kardon Fly ANC headphones are kept at an asking price of $250. They have already started selling, and you can buy them from the company’s official website.
3. Harman Kardon Fly BT
Lastly, Harman Kardon has launched the Harman Kardon Fly BT earphones. These are essentially the most affordable addition to the lineup that has got unveiled during the CES 2020. They have a thin cable that sits behind your back. There is a small button remote that controls the media playback, and it is located on the left side of the cable. The Harman Kardon Fly BT earphones weigh in at just 17.1 grams. The earbuds have a magnet inside so that they can be snapped together. Speaking of audio, the Harman Kardon BT earphones have 8.6mm drivers. Their battery will last around 8 hours, and, as claimed by the company, 10 minutes of charging would add up to 1 hour of listening time. Lastly, the Harman Kardon Fly BT earphones are IPX5 certified.
The Harman Kardon Fly BT earphones will start selling on January 21 and will cost $100.
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