CES 2015: Hands-On: HearNotes Wirefree Earbuds

We get to check out the latest step in audio technology at CES 2015 with the HearNotes Wirefree Earbuds. HearNotes is will allow users to do all kinds of motion without the worry of getting tangled up in wires and more.

The HearNotes Wirefree Earbuds comes with a small and effective transmitter that goes into any 3.5 mm headphone jack, syncing up with the sleek earbuds, making for crisp wirefree sounds. The reason for the transmitter is because HearNotes does not rely on Bluetooth. Instead, they are using the Kleer technology to convey the audio. For those who have not heard of Kleer, it is a technology created specifically for audio transmission. Kleer delivers significantly better audio quality when compared to Bluetooth, and it has better range; up to 50ft. But the audio quality comes at a price, which is the battery life. HearNotes offers only about four hours of audio time.


To compensate for that, the case that HearNotes comes with doubles as a portable, inductive charger, which means that all users have to do is set them (earbuds and transmitter) in the charging tray and walk away. It also has an indicator to let users know when the earbuds are fully charged and it’s ready to go again.


HearNotes will be available later in Q2 of 2015 with a price tag of $349.

About Allistair Lee

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Pocket Insider. Allistair has been a tech enthusiast since he was at the age of 15. His current interest includes Android smartphones and tablets, among many other devices.

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