New Jaybird Freedom Are The Smallest Wireless Earbuds

Posted: May 23 2016, 10:47am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

New Jaybird Freedom Are the Smallest Wireless Earbuds

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New wireless earbuds from Jaybird push the limits of miniaturization.

The Jaybird Freedom are micro-sized, sweat-proof metal buds with wireless connection.

The earbuds are supposed to deliver audio performance rivaling the best in wired headphones. The battery life of the Jaybird freedom ear buds is 8 hours. 4 hours are on-board and an additional 4 hours are delivered with the included Charging Clip.

The charging clip attaches to the control unit and recharges the earbuds while on the go.

the Jaybird Freedom features patented secure-fit giving the wearer secure fit for any type of sports. With the companion app users can adjust the sounds settings of the wireless earbuds.

The Jaybird Freedom is on sale now for $199.95 on the Jaybird site. Wireless earbuds have fully arrived offering great sound and acceptable battery life. The tangled cables may soon be gone for good.

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