One of the main things to consider when picking up a pair of wireless headphones is their battery life. After all, there’s nothing more frustrating than when you’re out and about listening to some tunes only to have your battery suddenly kick the bucket with no way to recharge. Urbanista has solved this problem with their new Los Angeles headphones, the world’s first self-charging wireless headphones powered by Exeger Powerfoyle solar cell material.
Don’t let the solar cell moniker fool you: the Urbanista Los Angeles headphones can be charged in any light, indoors or outdoors, providing you with near-limitless battery life as long as there’s a source of illumination. In addition to the headphones’ constant charging ability, the Los Angeles are also a full-featured modern wireless headphone with active noise cancellation, ambient sound mode, and automatic on-ear detection to pause or play content when you take the headphones off or put them on, respectively. No price details have been revealed yet for the Los Angeles, but you can sign up on Urbanista’s website to be notified when they’re available for pre-order.
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