The headphones can be used continuously for eight hours on their own battery, while their charging case lasts a total of 32 hours.
The Swedish company Urbanista presented this Wednesday its new wireless headphones powered by sunlight.
According to the manufacturer, the headphones, called Phoenix, have solar panels built into their charging case. These panels have solar cells made of Powerfoyle material from the Swedish company Exeger, which is capable of transforming sunlight, and even artificial light, into energy that recharges the device.
This will allow the headphones to be used continuously for eight hours on the battery itself, while the charging case has a total battery life of 32 hours, which could be increased by one hour for every hour in direct sunlight. . Additionally, charging status can be monitored from a companion Urbanista app.
Other device features include IPX4 water resistance, Bluetooth 5.2 compatibility, a USB-C charging port, and active noise cancellation, as well as the ability to connect to two devices simultaneously.
The launch of the Phoenix, which will be available in black and pink colors, is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2022, and its price will be about 149 dollars.
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