Sony has announced the availability of WF-1000XM4 ($279.99) true wireless headphones. The company says the new cans take industry leading noise canceling tech and audio quality “to the next level” with the product’s redesigned V1 onboard processor. The water-resistant set can hold 8 hours of charge alone and a further 16 hours from the included case.
“Sony’s 1000X series features the best noise canceling in the industry, and these headphones have raised that bar even higher,” said Daisuke Kawaguchi, Vice President of Home Entertainment & Sound, Sony Electronics Inc. “Sony has been revolutionizing the personal listening experience since pioneering the iconic Walkman in 1979 and introducing the world’s first in-ear model back in 1982. Our talented team has studied and perfected sound, noise canceling performance and call quality over the last several decades, and the WF-1000XM4 headphones are a direct result of those extensive efforts.”
The WF-1000XM4 headphones are available now in black or silver from Amazon (link below), Best Buy and Sony’s website.
Yaber has unveiled the latest home theater projector in its lineup, the Pro V7 ($299.99, pictured in header). The 1080p LCD Chinese beamer with 10.4 x 9.8-inch form factor is designed for impromptu films shows and entertainment at home. The unit features ‘6D’ keystone correction, digital zoom functionality, Wi-Fi mirroring for iOS and Android devices, and claimed 25% improved brightness over the former V6. The projector can be purchased direct from Yabertech.
“With an affordable price and high-end features that bring a big-screen experience home, the Pro V7 is guaranteed to bring happiness to movie nights around the world,” said Vincent Wang, CEO at Yaber. “The Pro V7 is a game-changer with more robust audio and brighter, more vibrant color. We are proud to take our projectors’ performance to the next level and bring these technological advancements to the homes of millions.”
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