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Forget headphones! Sony just announced a new speaker that you WEAR


If you hate wearing headphones, might have the perfect – if not, the whackiest – solution. The Japanese technology firm has announced the launch of its new SRS-NB10 speaker, which users actually wear. Yes, you did read that correctly. This clever device pops on your shoulders and blasts music straight into your ears.

If you’re worried about how that might sound, Sony is confident you’ll be left impressed as it has packed a full-range speaker unit that’s angled upwards so the audio is optimised for your ears alone.

There’s also some decent bass and the tech company is boasting that things should still sound good even when volumes are low.

Along with booming out your favourite playlists, the SRS-NB10 has been designed to connect to two devices at the same time meaning you can easily switch from a music player to your laptop. That should mean your next zoom call can be heard loud clear. Another bonus is that people on the other end of the line should also be able to hear you thanks to Precise Voice Pickup Technology.

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This uses two high-quality directional (beam-forming) microphones, combined with advanced audio signal processing to minimises feedback and any annoying echoes.

Clearly, you won’t want this wearable speaker to be plugged into a wall so Sony has packed a battery inside that lasts for a whopping 20 hours.

It’s also IPX4 splash-proof. That doesn’t mean you can wear it in the shower but should be fine if it gets a bit wet when doing the washing up. Finally, to make sure it stays comfy you’ll find it covered in fabric and there’s a white or charcoal grey to match your style.

If the whole concept of wearing a speaker around your neck doesn’t sound totally bonkers, you’ll be able to pick up the Sony SRS-NB10 from September 2021 for approximately €150 (around £130).

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