True wireless earphones have been around for about eighteen months and products are beginning to innovate away from making the earphones technically better and physically smaller. As an example, Lizn's "hearpieces" are wireless earphones but also have some properties of a hearing aid. Todd listens to Michael to find out more.
The clue to Lizn's USP is in the name itself - it's a play on "listen." C'mon, keep up. As well as being discreet Bluetooth wireless earphones, the earphones have directional amplification to help the wearer hear conversation in difficult circumstances. The dual microphones use advanced sound processing to enhance the consonants in speech which helps understanding in noisy environments.
The earphones come in three different colors: ruby red, caffe latte and anthracite grey. They're on pre-order for $149 with an expected retail price of $199, and should be available in April.
This episode was originally published on Geek News Central.