Glow Laser Headphones

Dec 9, 2015

Category: Tech

These are the world’s first smart headphones that glow with laser light, and had Darth Vader been a little more into music than violence, maybe we would’ve seen him holster his lightsaber and rock these earbuds instead.

Using laser-driven Corning Fibrance, Glow headphones shine bright with a vibrant light while still curving and contouring as necessary. They can pulse to the beat of your music or even the rhythm of your heart (not applicable for Sith lords), and certainly will stand out on your nightly jog or in a darkened dorm room. But they also bring some extra functionality to the table, as when used with Android Wear, Glow gives you control of apps like YouTube, Spotify, Netflix, and more. Of course no headphones without great sound would be worth investing in, and the makers of Glow say listeners will get a “clear and balanced audio response” of the high-end audiophile variety. [Purchase]

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