Headphones transmit sound through the cheek bones

AfterShokz announced a new model of the headset that does not transmit sound directly to the ear but to the cheek bones, according to CNET.

AfterShokz headphones are positioned in front of the ear and use the bones to transmit the sound. The new version, which will be launched in September, will have a microphone to be used in smartphone calls.


Altogether, the company claims to have made 21 improvements over the previous version of the phone, including the sound quality, which was good but not impressive.

The headphones will be launched in the United States in September for $ 79.95. There is still no forecast for launch in Brazil.

See below a video that shows the phone in action.


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