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Ex Nokia guys make some wireless In-ear phones, 5g “Earin”

| January 10, 2015 | 7 Replies

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Long-time MNB reader, Stylinred tips this news after coming across a story at TheVerge about some nifty wireless in-earphones.

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On checking out the “Earin” site, the about-us page revealled that the folks behind this interesting in-ears were ex Nokians:

Olle Lindén
Per Sennström
Kiril Trajkovski

http://www.earin.com/about-us/

They’re pretty much like ear-plugs that you’d neverwant to lose as they play music. I wonder how well they’d stay in your ear.

I like what they’ve done with the storage compartment. Whilst they’re away, they charge the in-ears back up. This means they don’t have to carry all the charge in the in-ears themselves.

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Something that’s pretty cool – you can use just one bud at a time whilst the other is charging. There’s been plenty of times when I’ve been listening to music but only through one ear so I could hear announcement/the door/my surroundings. It’s cool to have that option.

They’ve got an app for WP, iOS and Android.

They’re small and light, at 5g per bud! Each has 50mAh that delivers 2.5-3hours playback. The storage/charger has 600mAh. They equate that to up to 10 hours play time.

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The only thing we’d like to know about is the quality of the audio. They describe it as high quality audio with: “high quality balance armature speaker giving you a perfect music experience”.

If you have concerns about these falling out – they’ve got this “Concha” (just a fancy thing for your external ear) thingamabob.

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Cheers stylinred for the tip!

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