FiiO X7 is an audio player with Android built into it (Source: Headphone Zone)
FiiO has announced the launch of its Android-based audio player X7 in India. The digital audio player is the first of its kind and costs a whopping Rs 49,990.
FiiO is popular for its audio devices and has a loyal base for its digital audio converters. Its audio players, FiiO X3 and M3 have been highly impressive with the audio quality.
“In today’s era of music streaming services, high-resolution audio is often overlooked at the price of convenience. The FiiO X7 changes that,” says Raghav Somani, CEO, Headphone Zone.
FiiO X7 brings premium quality build and Android to a music player. It will be available for purchase at Headphone Zone.
Also Read: Fiio X3 Express Review: Great option for audiophiles
The Brainwavz S3 earphones have 8 mm drivers that ensure accurate sound reproduction.
Brainwavz Audio has announced the availability of S3 IEM earphones in India at Rs 4, 999. The earphones come with Clearwavz remote and microphone and can is available on Amazon and Flipkart.
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The Brainwavz S3 earphones have 8 mm drivers that ensure accurate sound reproduction. The Clearwavz remote and microphone have been designed to work with iPhone iPad and iPod. It uses MEMS (Micro-Electrical-Mechanical System) silicon microphone, coupled with a three-button control which makes audio calls and playback easier.
The earphones sport an all metal housing in an in-ear design. It comes with 1.3m copper Y-cord and a 3.5mm gold-plated plug. The device also comes with a 2 yea…
Google Glass social media accounts have been shut down by the company.
Four years after unveiling its wearable glass headset, Alphabet Inc’s Google shut down several social media accounts linked to the Glass gadget, ending its push to popularise the pricey eyeglasses with consumers.
On Tuesday, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts for Google Glass were no longer active, a development first reported on the website 9to5Google.
A statement on the Google Plus page said: “Hi Explorers, we’ve had a blast hanging out with you on G+ throughout the Explorer Program.” It went on to instruct users to get in touch with questions on the support page for Glass.
The company declined to comment on the decision.
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Google stopped selling Glass to consumers last y…