Sony's MDR-RF865RK headphones beam your tunes up to 100 meters
Not only will Sony’s new MDR-RF865RK headphones break your jaw if you try to speak their name out loud, they will wirelessly beam your music up to 330 feet. That means that Usain Bolt could strap them on at the start line and fire up his iPod. Then, 100 meters and 9.58 seconds later, he could still be listening to the opening bars of his Power Song, his iPod left alone beside the starting blocks.
Should the Lighting Bolt so choose, he could then adjust the volume up or down, depending on how celebratory he is feeling, via a knob on the side of the cans, and continue to enjoy listening for a very respectable 25 hours. Then, when he is finally tired of listening to the Gadget Lab Podcast (as if that were even possible), he could toss the headphones onto their charging post and in just 3.5 hours, they’d be ready to go again.
And in April you, too, can own the headphones of champions. Price TBA.
MDR-RF865RK product page [Sony]
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Fuente: Gadget Lab